Rebar Development announced today that is it proposing to redevelop the 1300 block of Main Street in Speedway, Indiana. The proposed $8 million mixed-use development would bring condos, office studios, retail store fronts, and rooftop amenities to Main Street. Rebar Development partnered with Hageman Group to acquire two key parcels along Main Street and seeks to work with the Town of Speedway to redevelop the block.Read More
SPEEDWAY — A big project is proposed for one of the few remaining spots on Main Street in Speedway that has not been redeveloped. Rebar Development of Fishers hopes to construct a pair of buildings on the west side of Main Street in the 1300 block.
Each building would contain retail and office space on two floors and condos on the third floor. If the project wins town approval, work could begin later this year with completion in 2020.Read More
SPEEDWAY, Ind. (WISH) — Main Street in Speedway could be getting a new look soon. Fishers-based Rebar Development announced Tuesday that it wants to build an $8 million mixed-use building. It would go in the 1300 block of Main across from Harding Racing.
The project includes two three-story, brick buildings with office and retail space plus condos and a rooftop deck. If approved, construction could start as early as this spring.Read More
Developers of a large residential and commercial development south of the Noblesville Courthouse Square have submitted architectural tweaks they say will better reflect the historic character of the city.
Fishers-based Rebar Development told the Plan Commission it had reduced the number of parking spaces in an attached garage from 337 to 308 and is close to agreement with a restaurant to open on the first floor of the Levinson.Read More
PLAINFIELD, Ind (WISH) — This Hendricks County town is working to revitalize its downtown area and is starting with a project on the eastern portion.
A new complex will spread about 2-1/2 blocks from U.S. 40 and Avon Avenue to East Street. Town leaders hope it will serve as a catapult to revitalize the downtown area. Business owners are hoping the same.Read More
The Town of Plainfield and development partners, Rebar Development and Hageman Group, announced plans to move forward on a mixed-use redevelopment project in downtown Plainfield today, after the Town of Plainfield’s Town Council approval on the evening of Monday, October 22nd. The project is the first to move forward under the guidance of the Town’s Conceptual Downtown Redevelopment Plan.Read More
The Plainfield Town Council has approved plans for a $21 million mixed-use development in downtown Plainfield. East and Main Flats would include a four-story building with 117 apartments, up to 7,000 square feet of commercial space and a 150-space parking lot.
Council member Dan Bridget calls the development a "big first step" in what will be a 20-year redevelopment plan for downtown Plainfield. The approval from the council allows the developers to move forward with the architectural design of the building.Read More
Noblesville announced Friday the first step in a long-term plan to modernize its historic downtown and increase the number of residents and businesses around the courthouse square. A developer will introduce a plan for a $24.3 million, 83-unit apartment building with commercial space on the first floor at Maple and 8th streets.Read More
A Fishers-based company is scaling up quickly with an experienced developer at the helm. Rebar Development launched just over a year ago, and already the small team has won three projects that are the result of public-private partnerships with metro-area communities.Read More
Noblesville officials and Rebar Development will present The Levinson, a $24.3 million mixed-use project, to the Noblesville Common Council on Tuesday, August 28. The Levinson will be an architecturally significant building in the heart of downtown that will provide commercial space, modern apartment homes, and a parking garage in Downtown Noblesville.Read More
A trio of central Indiana-based entrepreneurs has launched a real estate development firm in Fishers. Rebar Development has opened its office in the city's Nickel Plate District and will focus on commercial real estate projects with cities, towns and business owners.Read More
FISHERS – Founded by three local entrepreneurs, Rebar Development announced today the opening of their office in the Fishers’ Nickel Plate District on Technology Drive. With a history of experience in public-private partnerships, Rebar Development is a dynamic real estate development company that works closely with cities, towns, and business owners to deliver high-quality, results-driven commercial real estate projects.Read More
The 400-acre Legacy mixed-use development along 146th Street in Carmel—a project that stalled only a few years after breaking ground—appears to be gaining momentum again.Read More
Fishers has become a mecca for tech companies—but it didn’t happen overnight and it didn’t happen by accident.Read More
Archer’s property could start domino of development on south side of 116thFor years, the north side of 116th Street in Fishers has seen all the action.Read More