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Preserving History: The Tinner Park Historic Home in Herron-Morton Place

the renovated tinner park west historic house

If you’ve driven or walked the 1800 block of New Jersey Street in Herron-Morton Place, you’ve probably noticed the dilapidated structure standing isolated on the land that soon will be Tinner Park West by Onyx+East; a community of 38 homes.  Often, we’ve been asked questions like, “What was that building?”, … Read More

What's In a Name: Onyx+East

One thing I love about Onyx+East is the value we place on the names we choose for communities, streets, floorplans and even our conference rooms.  Each name is thoughtfully chosen with the goal of accentuating an identity that is found in the history or location of what is being named.  … Read More

Interior Design Trends: 2020

flat lays of pieces in our townhomes

The pendulum is always swinging for design trends. Out of all of the newest trends this year; patterns on patterns, bold monochromatic colors, two-tone kitchens, etc… it is clear that they all focus on two things: personality and uniqueness.Design trends experts predict homeowners will start to reveal a lot about themselves through … Read More

What's In a Name? - Near 925

Near 925 townhomes in Indianapolis, Indiana

Onyx + East is excited to announce the launch of Near 925, a new townhome community located at the northwest corner of 10th and Sterling featuring two and three bedroom townhomes with 2-car attached garages and rooftop deck options. NEAR 925 is O+E’s first foray into the near Eastside neighborhoods of … Read More

Preserving History: The O+E Office in Herron-Morton

After months of restoration, on March 14th, 2018, Onyx+East moved into their current Indianapolis headquarters.  Located at 1828 Central Avenue in historic Herron-Morton, the building that is now occupied by the Onyx+East team has a rich history.Built between 1915 and 1927, the 1-story commercial building operated as a furniture store … Read More

The Importance of Site Selection

Onxy+East condominiums in Indianapolis, Indiana

Every new home begins with the land it is built on. At Onyx+East, before our talented sales, marketing, or construction teams can even get started, our development team is at the starting line of any potential new project. The first step to starting a new project is selecting the perfect site. Read More

Preserving History: Old Northside Clock

The clock that stands tall at the corner of 16th and Central Ave. in Indianapolis is cherished by the residents of 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.  Read More

O+E's Experience Leader

A couple enjoying coffee in Indianapolis, Indiana

Are you a first-time homebuyer or looking to build your next home? Do you wish you knew more about the buying/building process? Are you nervous about navigating through the process? We’re here to help! As an experience-focused and innovative company, Onyx + East is constantly thinking about how we can best meet our clients’ needs and provide a unique and enjoyable home buying experience. Read More

Reflecting on Our Vision

To support our belief in the growing demand for walkable, urban communities in Indianapolis, Onyx+East continues to pursue new locations to develop.  Our vision for every O+E project is to create a long-lasting, well-planned neighborhood that will positively impact the community at-large while offering a lifestyle of convenience for our residents giving them time to do what they enjoy with the people they value most. Read More

Preparing for the Home of the Future

March of 2020 will likely be remembered as a turning point in America’s long storied housing industry. Unlike the financial crisis of 2008, housing may now be more of the cure than the cause. Read More

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