DEVELOPERS SEE BRIGHT FUTURE FOR DOWNTOWN LIVING IN SOUTH BEND

SOUTH BEND -- Amidst the ongoing boom in housing options in or near the city’s downtown area, local developers expect more of the same heading into the future.   The success of new developments and the ongoing urban-focused preferences by prospective tenants has continued to buck trends...

DEVELOPER PROPOSES INCOME-BASED SENIOR APARTMENTS IN FISHERS

A developer who earlier this year announced plans to build an income-based apartment complex in Fishers is also planning a senior-living complex there. Fishers-based RealAmerica Development LLC has filed plans with the city to build two structures housing 65 units each on a 12.5-acre site on the...

A HAND WITH HOUSING: HAND, TOWNSHIP TALK AFFORDABILITY IN FISHERS

For many residents, Hamilton County is a fun place to live, work and play. But not everyone who works in the county can afford to live there. The Noblesville-based Housing and Neighborhood Development, Inc. recently held six public input sessions to update Hamilton County’s housing strategy....

ROARING FORK APARTMENTS IN BASALT SETS THE BAR FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The founder of a company that constructed a 56-unit affordable housing complex in Basalt showed off the project at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday and said she aims to build more residences to rent below market rates in the Roaring Fork Valley.   Ronda Weybright, founder and president...

ROARING FORK APARTMENTS OPEN IN BASALT

Monday is the grand opening for Basalt’s Roaring Fork Apartments. There are 56 of them, brand new, next to the bus stop on Highway 82 by Stubbies. What’s more, they’re affordable. Some tenants are paying around $500 a month and the developer is still profiting, thanks...

SENIORS TOUT NEW APARTMENTS IN HOBART

Karen CaffariniPost-Tribune Aurora Luna stood in her new home and considered her blessings. The 83-year-old said she was diagnosed with two types of cancer—both stage 4— awhile back and given two to three months to live. "And here I am," Luna said with a smile. And then there is her...

SUPERIOR LOFTS OPENING IN SUMMER

Superior Lofts opening in summer Journal Gazette Downtown Fort Wayne's Superior Lofts project will open this summer, officials announced Wednesday following a tour of the building with Mayor Tom Henry. The $9.8 million project – in the former Graphic Packaging facility on West Superior Street between Harrison and Calhoun...