With a large number of students needing housing at Indiana University every year, new student housing projects are popping up all over Bloomington.
The South Central Housing Network is leading efforts to craft a regional plan to address the state of homelessness in the area.
The housing and energy markets are two bright spots in what is otherwise a bleak forecast from Indiana University’s Business Outlook Panel.
Indiana State University's expansion would further close the gap between downtown Terre Haute and the university.
Johnson County and other nearby counties are reporting the fastest start to housing construction in several years.
The Shalom Center received a grant that will help it pay for housing for homeless individuals and families.
The Bloomington Housing Authority handed out 300 applications, although about 600 people stood in line at the Bloomington Convention Center.
Kokomo was named the second most affordable housing market by the National Association for Home Builders.
Plans call for both single-family home and a larger structure where as many as 15 families can live.
Indiana University says it is trying to make accommodations for students who currently do not have proper housing.