Andrea Muirragui Davis

Andrea Muirragui Davis

North Editor
North of 96th (Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Zionsville), philanthropy


Davis joined IBJ as a reporter in August 2001, moving to Indianapolis from Jacksonville, Fla., where she worked for three years as an editor at The Florida Times-Union—and coordinated coverage of the historic 2000 presidential election. One hurricane (Floyd) and one political firestorm (see above) were enough to drive her back to her native Indiana. A graduate of Ball State University,  Davis spent six years at The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne before fleeing for warmer climes. At IBJ, she has covered philanthropy, education, tourism and media. She rejoined the editing ranks in 2004, most recently serving as online editor. Davis also is one of IBJ’s restaurant reviewers. Outside of work, she is past president of Storytelling Arts of Indiana’s board of directors. In her free time, she enjoys playing poker, cheering on hopeless sports teams and spending time with family and friends. Davis lives in Fishers with her husband and their two cats.

Phone:
(317) 472-5369

Twitter: @Northof96th @IBJphilanthropy
 

ARTICLES

Museum keeps historic trains rolling through central Indiana

Founded in 1960, the Indiana Transportation Museum has been working for decades to preserve the Nickel Plate Railroad’s legacy by offering guests what it calls “moving experiences”—literally.
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Westfield weighs public lease for soccer arena

City officials are proposing to pay for the $25 million project at Grand Park Sports Complex through a publicly funded long-term lease.
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Hawthorns golf club headed to auction; lender seeks control

The future of the Hawthorns Golf & Country Club in Fishers is expected to become clearer next week, when a bankruptcy court judge weighs in on the lender’s plan to take over operations.
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Carmel panel accepting bids for 'beachfront property' in Midtown

The Carmel Redevelopment Commission is accepting bids for almost five acres of land along the Monon Greenway in the city’s so-called Midtown area, which is being targeted for renewal.
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Carmel council OKs $3.8M bond for luxury apartment project

Keystone Realty Group’s $30 million The Olivia on Main apartment project cleared a major final hurdle Monday, when Carmel City Council unanimously agreed to issue $3.8 million in low-interest bonds to help prepare the five-acre site for construction.
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Fishers weighs tax break for Roto-Rooter facility

Fishers Town Council is expected to consider a tax abatement for Roto-Rooter Inc., which is weighing a site along Interstate 69 for a $6 million building to house its expanded regional operation.
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Fishers' conversion from town to city brings prickly pay issues to fore

Six candidates ran for mayor of Fishers in the May primary without knowing what the job would pay. More than 20 sought seats on its first City Council. Now the outgoing Town Council—with at least two members who won’t return to the dais next year—must decide how to compensate the victors come Jan. 1.
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Palladium engineer agrees to $800K legal settlement

The Carmel Redevelopment Commission has accepted an $800,000 settlement offer from the engineering firm that reviewed plans for the Palladium concert hall’s roof, inching closer to resolving a years-long legal dispute over its flawed design.
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Cambria hotel in works near Westfield's Grand Park

A Cleveland-based development group intends to build a $17 million, 150-room Cambria Suites hotel along 186th Street across from Westfield's burgeoning youth-sports complex.
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Environmental contractor plans $2.8M HQ in Westfield

Environmental contractor Thieneman Construction Inc. plans to build a $2.8 million headquarters in Westfield’s Custom Commerce Park, more than doubling its staff there over the next decade.
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