In the real estate arena, agents will often guide you towards buying a standalone residence, condo, or even a commercial place. While all three scenarios can represent appealing investments, what if you really want something a little different, and have the resources to start from scratch? In such a scenario, buying a tract of undeveloped land may be just what you’re looking for.
Indianapolis, Indiana, has long been touted as one of the nation’s most successful urban planning stories. Starting in the 1970’s, the city’s urban planning programs have fueled its transformation into a highly modern, structured metro area, and this is expected to ramp up even more with the Plan 2020 Bicentennial project. Part of this program’s zoning strategy includes identifying which residential lots are to be partitioned.