Analyst 'Optimistic,' Despite Slow Start

DTZ Regional Vice President Jason Tolliver says the state's commercial real estate market is "coming out of the gate a little slow" this year. However, he tempered the "disrupted" performance by adding that all segments showed growth in Q1.

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Muncie to Announce Economic Development Project

Muncie to Announce Economic Development Project

Officials in East Central Indiana are expected to announce a new economic development project. The Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance will hold a news conference Wednesday afternoon.


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Chase Plastics to Break Ground in South Bend

Michigan-based Chase Plastics will break ground on a new distribution center in South Bend next week. The North America centralized distribution center will add about a dozen jobs.

'Install Day' Nears For New Purdue Supercomputer

Dozens of staff members and volunteers at Purdue University will install the school's eighth supercomputer Friday. The $4.6 million project will be used by more than 150 research laboratories and is considered one of the fastest machines of its ki...

City Opens Central State Redevelopment

Officials have cut the ribbon on a $62 million transformation of the former Central State Hospital site in Indianapolis. The project consists of four developments on the 150-acre property.

Training Hotel Honors Athletes' Contributions

The Arc of Indiana Foundation says its $20 million training hotel in Muncie will be named after two former professional athletes who have children with disabilities. The Erskine Green Training Institute honors former Brooklyn Dodger Carl Erskine a...


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When faced with a recent purchase, Greg, an affable medical professional, uttered the following: "I don't care what the total cost is, I want to pay a monthly amount." Is that type of viewpoint driving a new business consumption mentality?

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