"I have seen some of [Keystone's] projects develop and think [they] do a great job of redevelopment! I am most pleased to see the announcement of the 1400 S. Madison Project. I live in the Concord neighborhood and am part of the redevelopment hope for our neighborhood. - Mark Fritz"
Commercial & Retail
1400 S. Madison Avenue
5,000 Sq. Ft.
The near south BMV is a one story structure that sits on two acres of land on the near Southside of Indianapolis. It is surrounded by a neighborhood of single family housing as well as several small businesses.
Perceiving the great potential of the busy area, Keystone Realty Group purchased this land to bring new life to a formerly distressed area and spark the interest of other developers.
Since the development of this facility, an apartment, and an office building, the area has experienced a dramatic increase in residential and commercial growth.
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