The pieces of the Grand Boulevard and Main Street project in Carmel are starting to come together. The senior living facility, hotel, parking garage and apartment complex components have been designed and await final city approval.
The pre-primary campaign finance reports, which were due Friday, show that council members Carol Schleif, Sue Finkam, Eric Seidensticker and Luci Snyder raised less than their challengers in their respected races.
The Fishers Redevelopment Commission recently approved the sale of a parcel of land in the Nickel Plate District for $25,000 to Re/Max Ability Plus. The real estate agency plans to spend $1.8 million to construct a 7,200-square-foot building.