Built in 1920, Box Factory originally housed the US Corrugated Fiber Box CO; one of Indianapolis' first successful start ups, known today as Lacy Diversified Industries, Inc (LDI). Anchored by North Mass Boulder, Box Factory will have an additional 89,000 square feet of commercial office space available.
Located in Indianapolis' Butler-Tarkington neighborhood, the building was originally built in 1932 as the Indianapolis Fire Department Station 16. TSV acquired the property in 2019 after being selected by the City of Indianapolis to entitle and repurpose the property with commercial uses.
Located in the heart of Midtown Carmel, 210 3rd Ave SW currently houses AT&T and represents a unique redevelopment opportunity in one of the nation's most vibrant cities; Carmel, Indiana.
Acquired and redeveloped in 2016, the building was originally built in 1913 as the headquarters for the US Bank Furniture Company. Neglected and vacant for over a decade, today, it houses a mix of businesses who have brought this beautiful property back to life.
After 30+ years of being located in an aging office park, Acacia International Fraternity Organization worked w TSV to relocate their offices.
Completed in 2013, this award winning, 50 unit, $9,200,000 affordable tax credit apartment project transformed the site of a crime plagued, abandoned motel within Indianapolis' largest historic neighborhood.
In 2008, Antone Najem led the off market acquisition and was instrumental in the redevelopment of the former Hamaker Pharmacy building located in the Meridian Kessler neighborhood. Today it houses the original, expanded Cafe Patachou as well as other restaurants and businesses that serve the area.
Redeveloped in 2014, this $1,590,000 build to suit medical office building replaced an aging doctor's office and expanded the practice to over 6,000 square feet.