North of 96th

Welcome to North of 96th, your source for business news from Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville. Your host is Andrea Muirragui Davis.

It's transition time for North of 96th

Now that the North of 96th news-gathering machine is up and running, I’m ready to let someone else take the wheel of IBJ's mobile bureau.
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Controversial Kroger expansion gets Fishers' OK

Kroger Co.’s store at 116th Street and Olio Road in Fishers has a date with the wrecking ball—as soon as its super-sized replacement ready to open.
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Developer plans Carmel Corporate Center overhaul

Three bunker-like office buildings at the southeast corner of Carmel Drive and Guilford Avenue are expected to be demolished this year as Baltimore-based developer Atapco Properties overhauls its Carmel Corporate Center.
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Growing church wants old Borders space in Carmel

Mercy Road Church is seeking to take over the former Borders bookstore at 116th Street and Keystone Parkway, transforming the long-vacant building into a long-term home for its growing congregation.
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Noblesville, Fishers politicos file for election on opening day

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear was among nearly two dozen Republican candidates who filed paperwork to run for office Wednesday—opening day of the 2015 political season.
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Fishers lines up tenants for construction firm's HQ

Three businesses will sublease space in construction firm Meyer Najem’s $5.5 million Fishers headquarters—one of the publicly backed projects city leaders hope will transform the suburban downtown.
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Clay Terrace bakery closes, 3 youth retailers to follow

Paradise Bakery & Café closed its location at Carmel’s Clay Terrace on Tuesday, leading off a mini exodus of retailers from the upscale outdoor mall.
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Remember this? 2014 news nuggets from Carmel to Zionsville

Yesterday, I shared my take on some of the biggest 2014 news stories from the northern suburbs, focusing on broad topics like development, transportation and jobs. Now here’s a rundown of some community-specific highlights:
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Looking back on a busy year in the 'burbs

Part 1 of a look back at 2014 news of note from Indianapolis' northern suburbs. Coming tomorrow: North of 96th's take on the biggest stories of the year in each community. Any suggestions?
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Carmel heart surgeon-turned-land developer dies at 81

Pioneering heart surgeon John N. Pittman, a Carmel resident who helped establish the cardiovascular program at Indianapolis’ Methodist Hospital, died on Christmas Day. He was 81.
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