A young New Yorker’s decision to invest in Indianapolis real estate hits nothing but net.
A young New Yorker’s decision to invest in Indianapolis real estate hits nothing. Follow the ripple effects of Mel Simon's military move to Fort Benjamin Harrison.
On April 2, 1984, Indianapolis held a rally at the Hoosier Dome to welcome the city’s new NFL team. IM covered the spectacle—and the intense negotiations leading up to it—in this classic feature.
The arrival of the Colts has brought to an end the all-too-familiar question, “Where’s the beef?” In its place is the all-important question, “Where are the tickets?”
A conversation with the team’s owner and CEO ahead of our season preview in the November issue—and amid longstanding speculation, he gives strong signals on who will occupy the owner’s office when he’s gone. Want a name? Read on.
EVAN WEST: Why did you and brother Mel decide to purchase the club?