2012

451 Market
Location: 451 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN
Status: Development
Investment: $31 Million
Scope:

Milhaus is the owner and developer

Located Downtown Indianapolis, the redevelopment of the Bank One Operations Center will transform the existing two-story structure into a five-story icon of mixed-use development. This first phase of a 6-acre master plan will include approximately 256 apartment units and up to 13,000sf of commercial space. Parking will be provided within the building and in existing parking garage across Market Street to the north. Three stories of apartments will be added to the concrete structure in studio, one, two and three-bedroom configurations. An open third floor pool and recreation deck will provide dramatic views of the downtown area for all residents.

The project is currently scheduled to start construction in June 2012 and is seeking LEED certification for its many environmentally sensitive features.


The Mozzo
Location: 531 Virginia Avenue - Downtown Indianapolis
Status: Development
Investment: $5.8 Million
Scope:

Milhaus is the owner, developer and construction contractor

The Mozzo Apartments is being developed in the Italian neighborhood of Holy Rosary adjacent to downtown Indianapolis. Named after the Italian word for "hub," the mixed-use building of 64 apartments and 2,300sf of commercial space will be located along the Cultural Trail in the center of a rapidly changing neighborhood. Both the building and the trail will be under construction beginning in the Spring of 2012. Milhaus received all of its entitlements for the project in December of 2011 and is currently working on final construction documents. The building will include studios and one-bedroom and two-bedroom units with dramatic urban views. The Mozzo is within walking distance to major employers, restaurants, entertainment and cultural attractions. The construction is being completed by Milhaus Construction, LLC and the property will be managed by the Gene B. Glick Company. Pre-leasing will begin in the fourth quarter of 2012 and the building will be complete in January of 2013.

2011

Penn Circle
Location: Pennsylvania Street and Old Meridian Street; Carmel, IN
Status: Construction
Investment: $20 Million
Scope:

Milhaus is the co-owner and co-developer with Gershman Brown Crowley

Penn Circle is located on 6.25 acres within the Meridian Corporate Corridor in Carmel, IN. Currently under construction, the project includes 193 apartments in three to four-story buildings. The first building is scheduled to be complete in Summer of 2012. The property includes one and two bedroom units, a fitness studio, pool, bike storage rooms and a community outdoor kitchen and living room.  Residents will enjoy onsite multi-use paths connecting to the City of Carmel trail system; close proximity of employment, shopping and dining; and convenient access to the Indy Express Commuter Bus Stop across the street, which connects to Downtown Indianapolis.  The development also includes many energy saving and sustainable features such as rain gardens, on-site recycling, white roofs, high-efficiency appliances, recycled materials, safe paints, and upgraded windows. The Gene B. Glick Company is the property manager.  For current project updates, please follow along on Facebook.

The property also includes an opportunity for retail, restaurant or office uses at the corner of Old Meridian and Pennsylvania Streets. For commercial leasing information, please contact Scott Lindenberg at Echelon Realty Adviors or Eric Gershman at Gershman Brown Crowley.

2010

The Maxwell
Location: 530 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Acquired 2010
Owner:

Gene B. Glick Company and Milhaus


Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

The Maxwell is a contemporary, art-deco, 5-story building featuring a mix of 105 residential units and 11,000 square feet of commercial space. It includes an underground parking garage, a courtyard garden, and dramatic views of the downtown area. The retail and office space is designed to provide a tenant mix focused on goods and services related to the daily activities of downtown living. The residences are designed with a wide range of square footages that range from studios to large two-level lofts, offering a variety of price points for consumers.

2012

Highland Row
Location: Highland Avenue; Memphis, TN
Status: Development
Investment: $67 Million
Scope:

Milhaus is co-owner and co-developer with Poag & McEwen Lifestyle Centers

Situated on approximately 7 acres, Highland Row will offer an urban university lifestyle within a vertically integrated mixed-use building. It will include over 100,000 square feet of retail space, 238 apartments, 38 townhomes, and 10,000 square feet of office space. Located within the heart of Memphis, in an area often referred to as Midtown, and directly adjacent to University of Memphis, this project will dramatically change the living and entertainment options in the campus area. The project is supported by the City of Memphis through use of Tax Increment Financing for infrastructure and construction of a public parking garage.

This project is working toward LEED-ND certification.

2009

DeSoto Townhomes
Location: 515 East New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed June 2008
Investment: $12 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer, co-general contractor, and co-owner of The DeSoto Townhomes

Located along the south boundary of the historic and upscale Lockerbie neighborhood in Downtown Indianapolis, The DeSoto includes 32 townhomes and one completely rehabbed historic single-family home. Situated between a church, a restaurant, and the Maxwell, this development created a transition between the Lockerbie historic neighborhood and the industrial-themed Cole Noble neighborhood. Reflecting the architecture of the neighborhood on the exterior, all units include modern amenities and finishes within their interiors. Working closely with the Indianapolis Historical Preservation Commission, the team integrated these new homes onto a very small site, yet created small courtyards throughout the space. All units include balconies or terraces, and some also include private rooftop gardens.

2008

The Residences at Coconut Point
Location: 23151 Fashion Drive, #202, Estero, FL 33928
Status: Completed 2008
Investment: $150 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was co-developer

The Residences at Coconut Point is one of the most exciting projects to take place in the Naples/Fort Myers area in decades. The Residences brought residential living to a new lifestyle mall, bringing the often used “Live, Work, Play” concept to reality. The retail portion of Coconut Point was developed by Simon Property Group and includes over 1.2 million square foot of shopping and dining space, 100,000 square feet of office space, and a hotel. The design allows Fashion Drive, the project’s “main street”, to bisect the power center portion and create two very functional but distinctively different environments. The result is a power center next to a neighborhood. The residential team acquired the air-rights from Simon Property Group and constructed 290 condominiums overlooking a large pool area and Fashion Drive. The property functions much like a resort with a fitness center, running paths, shopping, dining, a 24-screen movie theatre, bookstores, coffee shops and spas.


The Hudson
Location: 355 E. Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed November 2007
Investment: $22 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer, co-general contractor, and co-owner of The Hudson Condominiums, LLC

As a midrise sequel to the previously developed Packard, The Hudson is a three-story condominium building located adjacent to the former site of the Market Square Area in Downtown Indianapolis. The project implemented all of the recommendations and consumer comments it received at The Packard has become one of the finest condominium buildings in the city. It includes private rooftop gardens, fireplaces and pergolas for some units. The common areas include a grand lobby with a lounge overlooking a central courtyard. In a market without any successful presale campaigns, the Hudson received 25 contracts prior to construction.

Located only 4 blocks from Monument Circle and within the same block as The Cultural Trail, The Hudson is located directly in the heart of downtown. Walk one block north to Marsh grocery or stop by numerous restaurants, retail shops and services in all directions. With City Market within 100 yards of the building entrance, there is fresh produce during the Farmers Market, and a wide array of food and eating options throughout the week. In addition, the Hudson’s Ohio Street is address shared by most every major office tower in the city including Chase, AUL, M&I and Regions towers. In addition, the international headquarters of Anthem/Wellpoint and Eli Lilly are located only 4 – 6 blocks south of the Hudson, making this a perfect location for a majority of downtown office workers.

2007

Ferguson Commons
Location: 65th Street and Ferguson Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed March 2007
Investment: $3 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer and co-owner of Ferguson Commons, LLC

This project was designed as a prototype townhome product to develop on small urban infill lots that would allow for the density of a more urban infill but look like from the front like a duplex home, and put the large front porches of neighborhoods of yesteryears to create interaction with the street. With only ½ acre of developable ground, Ferguson Commons has 10 individually crafted townhomes with 2 car private garages beneath. Built under the craftsman style of home with modern finishes and product, this adds another quality project to the Broad Ripple Village enclave.

While living in this project, you within 2 blocks of the Indianapolis Arts Center, where every year surrounding community and this neighborhood is part of the Indianapolis Art Fair bringing artists from all around the communities. Ferguson Commons is also located north of Broadripple Avenue, which is the restaurant and entertainment area of Indianapolis, including the Vogue Theatre, Naked Tchopstix sushi, and an array of galleries, the Farmers Market every Saturday, and numerous other restaurants, bars, and retail shops. In addition, Ferguson Commons is located within 3 blocks of the Monon Trailhead and White River kayak and canoe access. One of the busiest attractions for Indianapolis residents and outdoors is the White River and Monon Trails, which roam Indianapolis from the Northern Suburbs throughout Indianapolis and through the majority of the cultural districts located therein.

2006

Monon Mews
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Number of Residences: 28

Planned along the Monon Trail, Indianapolis' "rails to trails" project that has seen incredible activity and sponsorship, this project was planned to be a place where people could live an active lifestyle with the utilization of the linear park while at the same time enjoying the convenience of the urban Broad Ripple lifestyle and nightlife. With unlimited bars and restaurants within a block of this site, as well as a Kroger grocery store, and numerous banks and other services, everything you would need is in walking distance of your residence.


The Commons at City Center
Location: Carmel, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Number of Residences: Phase I: 31 Townhomes and condominiums, Phase II & III: 131 condominiums and town homes

Surrounding the new reflecting pond and city greene, and adjacent to the new performing arts center and city hall, The Commons at City Centre presents sophisticated condominium and townhome living right in the heart of the Carmel City Centre redevelopment area. The location is ideal for walking to shopping, dining, public green space and the new performing arts center, all of which are currently under development.

2005

Monon & Main
Location: 3rd Avenue and W. Main Street; Carmel, IN
Status: Sold to Gunstra Homes in 2006
Investment: $3.5 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

The City of Carmel, located on the northside of Indianapolis, has been a leader in redevelopment within the Midwest. The city has a visionary mayor who has pushed the community to new heights by strengthening its redevelopment commission, the Arts & Design District, and providing substantial underwriting to spur culture, arts, and design within the city center. As part of this area of redevelopment, the plan for Monon & Main was conceived and developed. Working closely with the city’s design team, the project integrated a new roundabout on Main Street and streetscape improvements along the two-blocks west of the Monon Trail. New signage for the Arts & Design District was installed in front of the buildings marking the entrance to the neighborhood. There are 23 live/work units along Main Street that include retail/office uses on the first floor. The project includes 44 other residential units in a townhome configuration.

After working through a year of obtaining approvals and completing design, Monon & Main was sold to Gunstra Homes to implement the final construction and sales of the project.


The Packard
Location: 450 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed August 2004
Investment: $13 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Not only is this project a project for the consumer, but the owner of Milhaus’ personal residence was built within this building. The traditional architecturally designed project is predominantly brick with some stucco accents. Located on the property adjacent to The Clevelander Condominiums, the Packard continued the market demand trend for urban infill product, and allowed the developer to take the lessons learned from its development and create the plans and layouts for The Packard. The strong demand for single level units, and one bedroom and small two bedroom units that were not walk up in nature led to the plans for The Packard. With this, The Packard was the first midrise flat product in downtown Indianapolis using a partially underground shared parking garage with 3 ½ stories above to create the desired product.

Designed as a U-shaped building with a European styled central courtyard, and large balconies overlooking, including two story balconies on 4 of the eight townhomes stacked within this building, a pleasant area of relaxation within the heart of the hustle and bustle of downtown Indianapolis. The interiors of the units are loaded with hardwood, solid core doors, Bravura brand hardware, granite and marble, as well as several highly specialized units with significant customization, including a penthouse with private rooftop garden, hot-tub, grilling station, full panoramic skyline views.

Located in the heart of downtown, O’Malia food market is within 400 yards of its front door as well as numerous restaurants, and with its Ohio Street location is on the same street as every major office tower including the Bank One, AUL, M&I and Regions towers. In addition, the international headquarters of Anthem/Wellpoint and Eli Lilly are both located only 4 – 6 blocks south of this location, making this a perfect location for a majority of downtown office workers.


Monon Row
Location: 6676 Cornell Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed September 2005
Investment: $15.7 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Broad Ripple began as a getaway for people living in Indianapolis to get away for the weekend and enjoy the White River and woods, with many scattered small shanties and one room homes. Over time, these shanties were added onto, redeveloped, remodeled, and became a whole host of eclectic retail, residential, galleries, and services for the area, creating an enclave that is the arts and eclectic district of Indianapolis. Adjacent to the Michael Graves designed Arts Center, and a small parcel of ground became available and an initial phase of Monon Row was started, leading to the development of 5 total phases as we acquired more and more ground during each phase of development and construction and continued to see demand in the product.

With the demand coming from young professionals, and a difficult zoning and approval process in the overlay zone that had low height requirements as well as being located in a floodplain made the design of this product become a townhomes style product. With the eclectic nature of the neighborhood, and the Indianapolis Arts Center directly across the street, it was imperative that we have a classy design with the project with well designed exteriors and finishes. With this, there was a focus on real stucco, French prairie look with special artists coming in to faux paint the exterior to make it fit in and look like a historically built building from the date of original construction. In addition, to this, lush landscaping throughout the exterior as well as the a large central courtyard between phases 2, 3 and 4 that not only serves as aesthetically pleasing natural growth area, but serves as a wetland mitigation pond and flood control for the entire project in a natural basis with natural plantings designed to aide in the drainage and water storage process. In the center is a small fountain that makes for a peaceful setting and a place to sit on the balconies off your unit and relax.

While living in this project, you are adjacent to the Indianapolis Arts Center, where every year surrounding community and this neighborhood is part of the Indianapolis Art Fair bringing artists from all around the communities. Also located north of Broadripple Avenue, which is the restaurant and entertainment area of Indianapolis, including the Vogue Theatre, Naked Tchopstix sushi, and an array of galleries, the Farmers Market every Saturday, and numerous other restaurants, bars, and retail shops. Most importantly however is its adjacency to the Monon Trailhead and White River kayak and canoe access. One of the busiest attractions for Indianapolis residents and outdoors is the White River and Monon Trails, which roam Indianapolis from the Northern Suburbs throughout Indianapolis and through the majority of the cultural districts located therein.

2004

The Alten
Location: 1009 East Alabama Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: July 2003
Investment: $2.5 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

The Alten Townhomes was originally developed with the plan to do a proto-typical townhome project implementing modular homebuilding techniques. After designing the entire project with modular based production in mind, the final costs required it to be a standard panelized construction project of 11 townhomes on less than ½ acre of land. Located within a historic district and on a prevalent corner within the historic St. Joseph neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis, this 11-unit townhome project is the essence of urban living.


The Clevelander Condominiums
Location: 223 New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, IN
Status: Completed July 2003
Investment: $8 Million
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

The Clevelander was one of the first midrise projects in downtown Indianapolis to be built in decades, and one of the first condominium projects. After seeing a transition in downtown with the addition of Circle Centre mall, the new Conseco Field house for the Pacers National Basketball Association Franchise, the Canal Redevelopment, the White River State Park and all the other municipal investments, it was time to start to try to bring residential to this market. The City of Indianapolis was working with the current Bank One Corporation who was closing a lot of its Indianapolis operations to take some land on the east side to spur residential development and decided to redevelop a quadrant of the downtown. With that, a Request for Proposal was created and with that competitions we were able to receive the authorization to be able to build the Clevelander buildings.

With the help of Weaver Sherman Architects and planners, a product was created that allowed us to achieve a density of 45 units on less than one acre of developable ground. A plan was developed that included a vertical mix of walk up units, very limited indoor common area, individualized private parking for each unit, and a traditional brick and hardi-panel exterior. This was done by placing the garages on the first floor with a few scattered one bedroom units. On the second floor was a level of single level flat units and all the entryways, with the 3rd and 4th floors consisting of the townhomes. Inside the units, we introduce hardwood floors, granite kitchen counter tops, and marble bathroom vanities, creating a very elegant and high end feel. On the exterior, we created lush landscaping on the outside of the buildings with a courtyard between the rear smaller buildings that was only 18 feet wide, but is very comfortable and inviting, really setting the value of those units above the rest.

This is a project that is centrally located in Downtown Indianapolis only about 6 blocks from monument circle, and within one block of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. It is within walking distance of all the main attractions of downtown Indianapolis and will long be one of the condominium buildings that will be a desired place to live in the heart of the City of Indianapolis.

2000

Guilford Park Subdivision
Location: Carmel, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Number of Residences: 106 Single Family Lots


Fairgreen Trace II
Location: Carmel, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Number of Residences: 44 Single Family Lots

1999

Fairgreen Trace I
Location: Carmel, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Number of Residences Fairgreen Trace I: 20 Single Family Lots
Number of Residences Fairgreen Trace II: 44 Single Family Lots

1998

Watson Farms Subdivision
Location: Elwood, IN
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Handled first zoning and subdivision request for Earl Watson, a 6 lot subdivision.


TMV Construction
Scope:

Milhaus (TM Miller Enterprises, Inc.) was the co-developer

Began using construction experience and rehab experience to build including several office buildings, churches and single family houses in addition to numerous remodeling, roofing, siding, etc. jobs.

1996

Founding of TM Miller Enterprises