Protecting a Treasure

The clock that stands tall on the corner of 16th and Central is cherished by the residents of Indianapolis’ Historic Old Northside. It serves as a beacon, welcoming travelers into the neighborhood and Downtown Indianapolis. In 2005, this clock was dedicated to Curtis Heflin who served as president of the Old Northside Neighborhood Association and was a respected leader, builder and visionary.

Mr. Heflin played a major role in the transformation and development of the Old Northside. Most...

Staff Spotlight: Bill Knoop

Meet Bill Knoop, Operations Associate at Onyx+East! Bill came to Onyx+East as part of Orr Fellowship in January 2016. Orr Fellowship was started when Indianapolis was growing into a start-up friendly business environment. The problem was that young people who wanted to work for start-ups wanted to move to places like the Silicon Valley or NYC. So, Orr Fellowship remedied this by bringing highly talented individuals to Indianapolis to develop their leadership skills and continue their...

Onyx+East Developing Three New Projects Downtown in 2017

Onyx+East announces three new developments downtown! Read more about these projects in the link below or on our website.

http://www.ibj.com/articles/61874-onyx-east-embarking-on-three-downtown-condo-projects

Staff Spotlight: Eric Jefferson

Meet Eric Jefferson, the new Director of Sales and Marketing at Onyx+East! Eric started his career as a framing carpenter and homebuilder. Since then, he has worked for various builders and developers around Indianapolis and Florida. Find out more about Eric and his journey to Onyx+East in his staff spotlight!

What is your job title? I’m the Director of Sales and Marketing at Onyx+East. Day to day, I work with a team on the planning of future projects and the marketing of current...

Urban Indianapolis Green Spaces


Just because you live in a city doesn’t mean that you have to give up nature. Downtown Indianapolis has over 350 acres of green spaces, trails, parks and waterways for its residents to enjoy, helping to make it one of the most liveable cities.

Green spaces offer so many advantages to Indianapolis beyond being places to gather; they filter pollutants from the air helping regulate air quality, provide shade, reduce heat buildup and even improve mental health. Seeing a green space in an...