With current and past involvement in community organizations and non-profits including Commercial Real Estate Women, Urban Land Institute, Indy Reads, Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity, Indy Parks Foundation, and others, LandWorx is invested in making Central Indiana a better place to live, work, and play for all of its residents.

Our company tenets are reflected in the projects that we do every day. See below for how each tenet is exemplified in our projects!


Shuttered since 2015, the 1930’s era former grocery store at 46th & College Avenue – a growing-but-still-underserved area, presented site planning and use challenges. Working with our Client, LandWorx was able to abandon a dangerous drive and help create a beautiful indoor-to-outdoor dining experience for a farm-to-table concept. Next Door American Eatery stands as an example of a historic, environmental, and community driven reuse that will reap benefits for years to come.


Creating economically and environmentally sustainable solutions is one of our company tenets. Working with our Client and the end user, LandWorx was able to help transform a shuttered grocery store within an older strip center to provide a new lease on life.


Even the smallest of redevelopments need to be sensitive to their surroundings. For this project, LandWorx was able to work with the Historic Preservation Commission to save a clock and dedicate the space around it as public.


LandWorx was privileged to work with Indianapolis Metro Police Department on their Headquarters Mountain Bike Park. We provided drainage and staking services for their new pump track. The area brings the mountain biking experience to under-served urban youth in Indianapolis. Plus, we got to ride the pump track!


LandWorx worked with our client to provide an office building within the Keystone at the Crossing area on the north side of Indianapolis. The layout utilized elements such as a curved parking approach and integrated outdoor patios to provide a flexible and unique experience for the end user and passersby.