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Want to live at a ballpark? Better move fast

The conversion of Indianapolis’s Bush Stadium to high-end apartments has been a resounding success, with 90 percent of the units already pre-leased before the August opening. Bush Stadium was the home of the Indianapolis Indians through from 1931 through 1996, when the team moved to downtown’s Victory Field. It opened in 1931 as Perry Stadium and was renamed Victory Field in 1942 to […]

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New Bush Stadium apartments hit the market

The conversion of Indianapolis’s Bush Stadium to loft-style apartments is underway, with apartments expected to be ready for occupancy this summer. Core Redevelopment and its management company are taking applications for studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments built on the grounds of the former home of Indianapolis Indians (Class AAA; International League). From the Indianapolis Recorder: […]

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Indy’s Bush Stadium begins conversion to apartments

Indianapolis’s Bush Stadium is on the way to becoming home to apartments and commercial space, with construction underway. The redevelopment includes plans to turn the stadium into the 131-unit Stadium Lofts apartment complex with the shell and the historic façade of the stadium maintained in its original form. A new 132-unit apartment complex, Stadium Flats, […]

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Westfield approves site for sports complex, complete with new ballpark

Westfield, Indiana wants to see itself as the Family Sports Capital of America and is embarking on what could be a billion-dollar sports complex, complete with a 5,000-seat minor-league ballpark. It is an ambitious project, to say the least, encompassing some 300 acres and potentially costing a billion dollars by the time all is said […]

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