Posts filed under: "Business"
New Businesses Fill Vacancies in Business Corridor
There was much gnashing of teeth and wailing when we lost some of our beloved restaurants and the fabulous dress shop Retulled, but it looks like many of the spaces on the south side of the Washington Street business corridor are at least in the works to be leased again. Jamie Zentz of Geneva Hair […]Continue Reading
April Neighbor Spotlight: Rick Wilkerson
If you consider yourself a vinyl aficionado, you have likely met Rick Wilkerson. He owns and operates Irvington Vinyl, which shares a storefront with Bookmamas at 9 Johnson Ave. (See a message from Rick on YouTube.) BUSINESS OWNER Along with two partners, Rick started his first record store, Missing Link Records, in 1994 in Broad […]Continue Reading
Irvington CSA: Get in on the Local Dirt!
Irvington CSA members benefit from fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruit—and community fellowship too. You can be part of it. Here’s how! Irvington Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is getting ready to kick off its 12th season! A CSA is a partnership between farmers and a local community. The farmers supply the community with fresh, local […]Continue Reading
A Look Back at The Irvington Lofts
By Nancy Larner Ruschman Remember the former Indy East Motel? If you do, you might recall what an eyesore the structure was, not to mention the crime and other troublesome elements it attracted. In 2006 the city revoked Indy East’s license to operate, and finally shuttered it in 2009 due to an extremely high number […]Continue Reading
Community Views Coal Yard Lofts Mixed-use Development Proposal
By Heidi Unger On the second Tuesday of 2017, Third Street Ventures and Blackline Studio presented the third version of the site proposal for the Bonna Avenue property. The design is a hybrid of previously presented designs, created with neighbor feedback in mind. The proposal (including any minor tweaks resulting from the community discussion) will […]Continue Reading
Notes from 12/06/2016 Community Meeting Regarding Coal Factory Development
Notes from 12/06/2016 Community Meeting Regarding Coal Factory Development Irvington United Methodist Church, 30 North Audubon Road, Indianapolis, IN Presenters: Jarod Brown and Antone Najem, Third Street Ventures; Craig McCormick, Blackline Studios; Margaret Banning, Irvington Development Organization Margaret Banning mentioned that several people had asked about demographics and how Irvington compares to other neighborhoods. She […]Continue Reading
Become an IDO Financial Supporter!
Dear Irvington Neighbors and Friends, Irvington is such an exciting place to call home! When folks move here, we stay put because it is such a great place to live. When neighbors do decide to move, their houses are scooped up within days. We should be grateful that we live in one of the most […]Continue Reading
Coal Factory Redevelopment: IDO Community Update Meeting Dec 6, 2016
Coal Factory Redevelopment: IDO Community Update Meeting Tuesday, December 6 6:00 pm Fellowship Hall Irvington United Methodist Church 30 N. Audubon Rd. (please note the location change) Irvington Development Organization is hosting the second in a series of meetings over the next couple of months before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) hears the […]Continue Reading
November Neighbor Spotlight: Tara Schnaus Elder of Simply Helpful
This article was posted from our November IDO Newsletter. You can read the full newsletter which includes highlights from the Irvington Masquerade Ball, a run-down on new Irvington businesses, and additional great info here. Tara Schnaus Elder’s aptly named business, Simply Helpful, lends a hand to those who need help minimizing the chaos in their […]Continue Reading
IDO Neighbor Meetings re: the Coal Factory Re-Development
Coal Factory Redevelopment IDO Community Update Meeting Tuesday, November 15 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall Irvington Presbyterian Church 55 Johnson Ave. (just prior to the HICC meeting) Irvington Development Organization is hosting the first in a series of meetings over the next couple of months before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) hears […]Continue Reading