Commercial & Retail
110 Main Street, Carmel, IN
1,452 Sq. Ft.
Keystone Construction managed the build-out of The Exercise Coach, a 1,452 square foot franchise that offers an innovative approach to fitness and weight loss.
The entrance faces 1st Avenue NW and is located on the east end of Sophia Square in downtown Carmel.
The Exercise Coach opened for business on January 27, 2014. They are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
Sophia Square is a $60 million mixed-use structure developed by Keystone Realty Group. The development includes 202 luxury apartments, first floor retail shops and an underground parking garage.
Commercial & Retail Project Spotlights
540,196 Sq. Ft.
220 North Meridian Street Tower is a 540,196-square-feet commercial tower in downtown Indianapolis. The acquisition of this site, paves the way for unique mixed-use development in one of Indianapolis’ eight downtown towers. Formally known as the AT&T building, 220 N. Meridian Street stands at 21…
Market & Illinois Streets
150,000 Sq. Ft.
Built in 1926, this 11-story historic building is just one block from Monument Circle, Indiana State Capitol, Indiana Government Center, and Circle Center Mall.
The Illinois Building is located at the corner of Illinois and Market Streets in the downtown core of Indianapolis.
This 11-story mixed-use…
Intersection of College Avenue, Westfield Boulevard & Broadripple Avenue
160,000 Sq. Ft.
This 160,000 square foot mixed-use parking garage accommodates a police substation, 3 levels of parking with approximately 350 spaces, and 25,000 square feet of prime retail and restaurant space.
As a public/private partnership, this high profile development transformed a once blighted property into a much needed community…
47 S. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN
80,000 Sq. Ft.
The exterior design for the Majestic Building uses the strength of the Romanesque Revival style. The large entrance arches are decorated with foliate and acanthus carvings and the three massive arches in the upper stories give the building its monumental character.
The Majestic Building was…