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Housing

September 7, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity increased 2.7 percent for the week ended Aug. 27, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages decreased to 4.43 percent from 4.55 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages fell to 3.88 percent from 3.91 percent.
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People

September 1, 2010

Dr. Lawrence Monger, an internist focused on diet and exercise, has joined St. Vincent Physician Network in Fishers. Monger received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland. He completed his internship at Walter Reed Army Medical School in Washington, D.C., and finished his internal medicine residency at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine in Minneapolis.

Dr. Michael Scott-Soon Eaton, a radiation oncologist, has joined the medical staff at St. Francis Cancer Center. Eaton also is affiliated with Cancer Care Group P.C. in Indianapolis and Major Hospital’s Benesse Oncology Center in Shelbyville.

Dr. Robyn L. Fean, a family and sports medicine physician, has established a practice at Plainfield Family and Sports Medicine and has joined St. Francis Sports Medicine.

Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana has hired Dawn Neumann as a clinical research associate. Neumann, who comes from Carolinas Rehabilitation in Charlotte, N.C., earned her master's degree in cognitive psychology from Rutgers University and her doctorate in rehabilitation science from the University at Buffalo.

The School of Science at IUPUI has added four professors to its department of psychology: Adam Hirsch, a pain researcher; Christopher Lapish, studies cognition and cognitive disorders, such as schizophrenia; Catherine Mosher, who is working on methods to reduce stress after a cancer diagnosis; and Elizabeth Poposki, who researches efforts to balance friendships, health and leisure.

Clarian West Medical Center named Dr. Gregory Spurgin, an internist, chief medical officer. He replaces Dr. James Fesenmeier, who will remain at Clarian West working on medical informatics.
 

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Company news

September 1, 2010

Marian University in Indianapolis has named the founding dean of an Atlanta-area medical school to head up the school for osteopathic doctors it plans to open in 2012. Paul Evans has been dean and chief academic officer for six years of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Suwanee, Ga. In his new position, he will lead efforts by the private Catholic university to establish Indiana's second medical school. Marian officials announced in January plans for the new school that they say could enroll 150 students in the first class. Construction hasn't started on the school. Osteopathic doctors have similar training to traditional physicians, but also are trained in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal problems.

The Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Indiana Health Information Exchange will now work to make their systems talk to each other in a pilot project spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The department will invite veterans who receive medical care both at Roudebush and at private health care providers around central Indiana to sign up for the pilot. Records for patients who participate could be swapped from the VA providers to the private doctors and hospitals as needed. The Indiana Health Information Exchange provides access to the records of more than 6 million patients through its partnerships with 60 hospitals and the Indianapolis-based Regenstrief Institute Inc., which maintains decades of Indianapolis patient records in a database. The VA hospital in Indianapolis will communicate with the Indiana Health Information Exchange using a new “gateway” set up by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Called the Nationwide Health Information Network, it provides the technical and legal framework to allow patient information to be swapped electronically and securely.

A new report shows Indiana hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers recorded 94 preventable medical errors in 2009, a drop from the 105 mistakes reported in 2008 and 2007, according to the Associated Press. The most common error last year was a foreign object such as a sponge left in a patient after surgery. Indiana's 306 facilities reported that error 29 times. The report released Monday by the Indiana State Department of Health counted 17 instances of surgery performed on the wrong body part. Pressure ulcers, also known as severe bedsores, occurred 22 times—down from 33 the previous year.

WellPoint Inc. finally got its rate hike—five months after the storm. The Indianapolis-based health insurer won approval last week from regulators in California to raise rates on individual policyholders in the state by an average of 14 percent, according to the Associated Press. WellPoint had withdrawn a request for rate hikes averaging 25 percent—and ranging as high as 39 percent—after President Obama spotlighted them and public outrage ensued. The brouhaha has been credited with helping Obama push a stalled health reform law through Congress. An outside actuary hired by California regulators later found math errors in WellPoint’s calculations, which led to WellPoint withdrawing and then requesting the smaller increase.

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Actors Theatre of Indiana’s "Rounding Third"

September 1, 2010

Sept. 3-26
Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace

Youth sports have a long history of bringing together parents who might otherwise never meet. That’s the foundational idea in Richard Dresser’s play, in which a tough-as-nails, blue collar coach finds himself at philosophical odds with his new assistant, a businessman with a let-the-kids-have-fun attitude. If it sounds like “The Odd Couple” on a baseball diamond, well, what would be so wrong with that?

The production comes courtesy of Actors Theatre of Indiana, the professional company set to move into the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel next season. For now, it’s using the Clay Terrace digs of the Carmel Community Players. Details here.
 

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"The Indianapolis Reef"

September 1, 2010

Through Oct. 31
Indiana State Museum

A “coral” reef—consisting of the work of volunteer crocheters from around the state—is displayed through the end of October. But don’t expect it to look exactly the same each time you stop in. Visitors can bring their own pieces—or pick up a handy beginners kit at the Museum—to add to the work, which is an offshore offshoot of “Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project” created for the Institute for Figuring in Los Angeles. Details here.
 

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Rib America

September 1, 2010

Sept. 3-6
Military Park

Who says early-bird specials are just for retirees? Rib America is offering free admission to anyone arriving before 5 p.m. on Friday or 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. If you miss those times, though, you’ll have to come up with a mere $5 (along with, of course, the cost of whatever ribs you devour).

What do you get for your money? Depending on the day, you’ll see and hear, among others, Bret Michaels (Friday), The Marshall Tucker Band and Ted Nugent (Saturday), The Revered Peyton’s Big Damn Band and Collective Soul (Sunday) and Foghat and Blue Oyster Cult (Monday). Details and full schedule here.
 

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"Gravity’s Loom"

September 1, 2010

through March 6
Indianapolis Museum of Art

More than 30 miles of dyed string are used in the creation of this large-scale installation that promises to reimagine the entryway of the IMA. The creators, L.A.-based Ball-Nogues Studio, have a history of glorious work reshaping spaces with familiar materials. For a hint of what you’ll be seeing, check out previous creations from the group here. http://www.ball-nogues.com/. Details on the IMA piece can be found here.
 

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Also this week

September 1, 2010

The Arts Council of Indianapolis’ annual Start with Art Luncheon, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown, Sept. 3, gets the new season rolling. Guest speaker is innovation expert Dan Pallotta. Details here.

The Symphony on the Prairie season finishes up with visits from the Buddy Holly & Friends tribute show Sept. 3-4 and River City Brass Band Sept. 5-6.. Details here.

Vampire Weekend offers a back-to-campus concert at Indiana University Auditorium Sept. 6. Details here.

The Indianapolis Artsgarden hosts the second annual Indiana Glass Artists Invitational Exhibition, Sept. 2-29. Details here.

Susan Tennant’s “Weaving Through Walls” is the latest sculptural work on display at Christopher West Presents, 646 Massachusetts Ave. Through Sept. 25. Details here.
 

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Sales/acquisitions

August 31, 2010
-Carmel-based Platinum Group bought Aspen Village Apartments, a 220-unit complex at 3510 Kebil Drive on the west side. The list price was $1.9 million. The sale price was not disclosed. The buyer was represented by Chad Stickley and Michael Wernke of Marcus & Millichap. The seller, CW Capital, was represented by Tikijian Associates.

-Reverie Estates bought the St. Regis, a 72-unit apartment building at 26 E. 14th St. The price was not disclosed. The buyer was represented by Sandra Jarvis of IndySquared Commercial Properties. The seller, James Candler, was represented by Scott Pollom of Cassidy Turley.

-JJ Properties LLC bought a 2,000-square-foot office building at 745 E. 107th St. The price was not disclosed. The buyer was represented by Jeff Wright of Indy Properties. The seller, Mr. Window Inc., was represented by Bob Lindgren of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co.
 
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Leasing/leasing contracts

August 31, 2010
-Rugby IPD renewed its lease for 52,800 square feet of industrial space at 8200 Allison Ave. The tenant was represented by J.D. Graves of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, ProLogis, was represented by Andrea Hopper of ProLogis.

-Green Wave Computer Recycling leased 19,200 square feet of industrial space at 9208 E. 33rd St. The tenant was represented by J.D. Graves of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, Duke Realty, was represented by Kate Willen of Duke.

-Hill Fulwider McDowell Funk & Matthews Professional Corp. leased 9,951 square feet in the Regions Bank Tower. The tenant was represented by Tom Hadley of Summit Realty Group. The landlord, One Indiana Square Associates, was represented by Ralph Balber and Kelli Dugan of Halakar Real Estate.

-Michael’s South Shore Restaurant leased 5,100 square feet at the Geist Centre Shopping Center, 11705 Fox Road. The tenant was represented by Kyle Hughes of Veritas Realty LLC. The landlord, Geist Station LLC, was represented by Matt Parsons of Phillips Edison & Co.

-American Family Dental Group-Bloomington LLC leased 3,025 square feet of office space at 770 N. Green St., Brownsburg. The tenant was represented by Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, Six Cap LLC, was represented by Larry Harshman of Harshman Property Services LLC.

-AD-IN Inc. leased 2,494 square feet of office space at 1980 E. 116th St., Carmel. The landlord, Stratford Center LLC, was represented by Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Cassidy Turley. The tenant represented itself.

-CIT Group leased 1,922 square feet in Castle Creek V, 5750 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners. The tenant represented itself.

-Zionsville Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center LLC leased 1,592 square feet of office space at 8870 Zionsville Road. The tenant was represented by Bennett M. Williams and Andrew D. Martin of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, MDD Office Partners LLC, was represented by Joe Lonnemann and Matt Jackson of Halakar Real Estate.

-Med-Link Inc./Consolidated Brokerage Services LLC leased 1,463 square feet of office space at 3077 E. 98th St. The landlord, BREOF Keystone REO LLC, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd of Cassidy Turley. The tenant represented itself.

-Texano Grill leased 1,400 square feet at Shadeland Corner Shopping Center, 4558 N. Shadeland Ave. The tenant was represented by Kelli Membrano of Libertad Real Estate. The landlord, Shadeland Center LLC, was represented by Keith Kleinmaier of Retail Realty.

-Berkley Risk Administrators leased 1,313 square feet in Castle Creek III, 8720 Castle Creek Parkway. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners. The tenant represented itself.

-Timothy McSoley leased 1,090 square feet at Castle Creek IV, 5875 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners. The tenant represented himself.
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Housing

August 31, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity increased 4.9 percent for the week ended Aug. 20, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages decreased to 4.55 percent from 4.6 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages fell to 3.91 percent from 3.99 percent.
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People

August 31, 2010
Brian F. Knapp has joined Colliers International’s Indiana Region office as senior adviser for retail services and special assets.

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Company news

August 25, 2010

Roche Diagnostics agreed to pay $100 million to acquire California-based BioImagene Inc., a maker of tissue-based cancer diagnostic equipment, according to Reuters. Such diagnostic tools are becoming increasingly important to identify the small groups of patients who are the targets of new cancer drugs aimed at specific genetic profiles. Switzerland-based Roche also has a pharmaceutical business and is the world’s largest maker of cancer drugs. The company’s U.S. diagnostic business is headquartered in Indianapolis, though its tissue diagnostics is concentrated in Arizona.

Drug developer Endocyte Inc. has raised more than $100 million in private investment and grant funding, so it’s now going to test the public markets. The company, headquartered at Purdue University Park in West Lafayette, filed last week for an initial public offering. Endocyte has a pipeline of drugs in development for the treatment of various cancers and inflammatory diseases, including six drugs in clinical trials. Endocyte’s IPO is the third announced so far this year in Indiana. Fort Wayne-based Vera Bradley Inc., a handbag maker, filed plans last month to raise $175 million. Evansville-based UCI International, a supplier of replacement parts for the light- and heavy-duty vehicle aftermarket, said in July it plans to raise $200 million. Nationally, the IPO market looks to be improving. So far this year 170 have been filed, topping the 119 filed in 2009 and the 153 in 2008.

Indiana is getting a $1 million federal grant to improve monitoring of health insurance premiums and develop a website to help consumers, according to the Associated Press. The grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is part of the federal health reform bill. The Indiana Department of Insurance will use the money to hire actuaries to help it review proposed premium increases. It also will develop a website on which consumers can review rate filings and post comments. Filings currently are only available in paper form upon request.

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People

August 25, 2010

Dr. Daniel Kraft has joined Riley Hospital for Children to oversee Riley’s new sports medicine program for young athletes. Kraft most recently served as the founder and director of the Youth Sports Medicine Institute at Methodist Sports Medicine—The Orthopedic Specialists. Both Riley and Methodist are owned by Indianapolis-based Clarian Health.

Dr. Jennifer Eikenberry and Dr. Amy M. Waddell have joined the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Eikenberry will see patients at the University Hospital clinic. Waddell will see patients at the Wishard Memorial Hospital clinic. Both were residents in the IU medical school’s department of ophthalmology.

Catherine A. Clements has joined the health and life sciences practice group at Baker & Daniels LLP. Clements earned her law degree in 2009 from Indiana University in Bloomington. Before that, she helped develop clinical trials at Eli Lilly and Co. and the Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Indianapolis.

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"American Idols Live"

August 25, 2010

Aug. 31

Conseco Fieldhouse

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Adam Lambert

August 25, 2010

Aug. 31

Clowes Hall.

"American Idol" fans will have a decision to make this Tuesday. The crowd from season 9—including Crystal Bowersox, Casey James and winner Lee Dewyze—takes the stage at Conseco Fieldhouse. Meanwhile, Adam Lambert, the high-profile singer who was runner-up to Kris Allen on the eighth season of the show, plays at Clowes Hall. Well, maybe the decision isn’t so difficult: Lambert’s show is sold out. Details here and here.

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IndyFringe

August 25, 2010

Through Aug. 29
Various locations

    Usually I don’t tout already running shows in this e-mail, keeping it dedicated to previews and saving the reviews for the print IBJ and my blog, Lou Harry’s A&E. But given the nature of IndyFringe (and given that it’s a slow week), I thought I’d take the opportunity to re-encourage you to take advantage of the wackiness going on around Mass Ave. through Sunday.
    Two favorites so far: local ShadowApe Theatre Company’s “Not a Peep” which, like the titular Easter treat, has no nutritional value but is deliciously fun, and the not-for-delicate-sensibilities “Screw You Review,” in which an obnoxious senior and cross-dressing sidekick set out to offend everyone and, as a result, end up very endearing. “Peep” has shows remaining Thursday and Sunday at Theatre on the Square. “Revue” can be found at the IndyFringe Building Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For a full schedule, click here.
 

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"The Golden Age of Indianapolis Theatres"

August 25, 2010

Available now

In his packed-with-photos “The Golden Age of Indianapolis Theaters” (Quarry Books), former Indy newsman Howard Caldwell does a fine job of staying on the fine line between reference book and popular history. I could have used more detailed geography—I spent far too much time trying to figure out where some of the long-gone theaters were—but I thoroughly enjoyed being introduced to a period I knew little about. And guest appearances by the likes of Dick Powell add to its pleasures. Side note: Caldwell tells of how Eugene O’Neill’s nine-act “Strange Interlude” sold out the balcony and gallery of the English Theater back in the 1920s. Where are those risk-taking audiences today? More on the book here.
 

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IBJ A&E Season Preview Tour

August 25, 2010

Interested in having IBJ’s Arts & Entertainment Editor Lou Harry and special guests introduce Indy’s upcoming cultural season to your group? We’re scheduling these free events in September. Drop a note at lharry at ibj.com with information about your group.

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Also this week

August 25, 2010


The Indianapolis Museum of Art screen’s “Oh Brother Where Art Thou” as part of its Summer Nights series Aug. 27. Details here.

The sounds of the Beatles as the “Classical Mystery Tour” returns to Symphony on the Prairie, Aug. 27-28. Details here.

Toby Keith performs at Verizon Wireless Music Center Aug. 28. Details here.

It’s Ragtime History Day, Aug. 28, at the Indiana History Center. Details here.
 

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Sales/acquisitions

August 24, 2010
-E.J. Welch Co. bought an 11,581-square-foot industrial building at 6230 Corporate Drive. The price wasn’t disclosed. The buyer was represented by Stan Elser and Jim Karozos of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The seller, Best Flooring Real Estate Holdings LLC, was represented by Mike Alboher of Alboher Development Co. Inc.

-Norman L. and Associates LLC bought a 3,753-square-foot office building at 31 S. Rangeline Road, Carmel. The price wasn’t disclosed. The buyer was represented by Darrin L. Boyd of Cassidy Turley. The seller, Yancey Marketing, was represented by Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Cassidy Turley.
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Leasing/leasing contracts

August 24, 2010
-Keebler renewed its lease for 45,917 square feet at 7735 Winton Drive in Park 100. The tenant was represented by Andrew Morris, Jeremy Woods, Matt McGrady and Jon Shuel of Summit Realty Group. The landlord, Duke Realty, represented itself.

-Knowledge Services leased 16,209 square feet at Castle Creek IV, 5875 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The tenant was represented by Tim Norton and Cameron Kucic of Sumhttps://admin.ibj.com/admin/article/workflow/claim?articleId=21856#mit Realty Group. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Gaylor Inc. leased 13,263 square feet at Castle Creek V, 5750 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The tenant was represented by Aasif Bade and Pat Chittenden of Ambrose Property Group. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Ji-Eun Music Academy leased 6,960 square feet of office space at 10029 E. 126th St., Fishers. The tenant was represented by Shelley Meisenhelder of Coregroup Corporate Real Estate Advisors. The landlord, Eiker Investments II LLC, was represented by Bennett M. Williams and John A. Crisp of Cassidy Turley.

-InSphere Insurance Solutions Inc. leased 4,502 square feet of office space at 3500 DePauw Blvd. The tenant was represented by Bill Ehret of Summit Realty Group. The landlord, CP Pyramid Associates LP, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd of Cassidy Turley.

-The Trade Connection leased 3,400 square feet of showroom space at the Indiana Design Center, 200 S. Rangeline Road, Carmel. The landlord, Pedcor, and tenant represented themselves.

-Lather Hair leased 3,200 square feet at 7844 E. 96th St. in the North by Northeast Shopping Center, Fishers. The tenant was represented by Debra Browder of Browder Realty. The landlord, NNE Associates LLC, was represented by Robyn Smart and Shannon Hicks of CB Richard Ellis.

-dPict Imaging Inc. leased 3,156 square feet at 7400 Shadeland Station in the Shadeland Station Office Park. The tenant was represented by Andrew Follman of Meridian Real Estate Services. The landlord, LA/Shadeland Station, was represented by Crystal Houston and Dan Richardson of CB Richard Ellis

-Aegis Worldwide leased 2,452 square feet at 11550 N. Meridian St., Suite 250, in SePro Tower. The tenant was represented by Scott H. Lindenberg of Echelon Realty Advisors. The landlord, SePro Corp., was represented by Bill Ehret and Rebecca Baer of Summit Realty Group.
 
-TCG Indianapolis renewed its lease for 2,368 square feet at 9325 Delegates Row in the Precedent Office Park. The tenant was represented by Kurt Kittner of Jones Lang LaSalle. The landlord, HDG Mansur, was represented by Tim Hull and Rick Trimpe of CB Richard Ellis.

-General Physics Corp. leased 2,353 square feet of office space at 550 Congressional Blvd., Carmel. The landlord, 550 Congressional Blvd. LLC, was represented by David A. Moore, Darrin L. Boyd and Mary Beth Kohart of Cassidy Turley. The tenant represented itself.

-ScheduleMyHair.com LLC leased 2,100 square feet at Fall Creek Harbour, 10142 Brooks School Road, Fishers. The tenant was represented by Paul Dick of Colliers International. The landlord, FCH Associates LLC, was represented by Cindy Hoskinson and Herb Feldmann of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co.

-Art of Living Foundation leased 1,600 square feet at 6801 Lake Plaza Drive in the Lake Plaza Office Park. The landlord, Lake Plaza LLC, was represented by Debbie Shumate of Alliance Commercial Real Estate. The tenant represented itself.

-Therapeutic Spa leased 1,200 square feet at 6801 Lake Plaza Drive in the Lake Plaza Office Park. The landlord, Lake Plaza LLC, was represented by Debbie Shumate of Alliance Commercial Real Estate. The tenant represented itself.

-Reliable Personal Care Services leased 804 square feet at 6801 Lake Plaza Drive in the Lake Plaza Office Park. The landlord, Lake Plaza LLC, was represented by Debbie Shumate of Alliance Commercial Real Estate. The tenant represented itself.

-Allstate/Bell Insurance leased 803 square feet at 6801 Lake Plaza Drive in the Lake Plaza Office Park. The landlord, Lake Plaza LLC, was represented by Debbie Shumate of Alliance Commercial Real Estate. The tenant represented itself.
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Housing

August 24, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity increased 13 percent for the week ended Aug. 13, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages increased to 4.6 percent from 4.57 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages grew to 3.99 percent from 3.95 percent.
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Construction

August 24, 2010

-Kort Builders has completed a 1,300-square-foot retail space for Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory at 13971 Town Center Blvd. in Hamilton Town Center.

-Kort Builders has completed a 2,000-square-foot retail space for Sally Beauty at 2007 E. Greyhound Pass, Carmel.

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Company news

August 18, 2010

Orthopedics giant Biomet Inc. plans to invest $26 million to grow operations in its hometown of Warsaw, adding 278 jobs by the end of 2012. Biomet’s Warsaw Center of Excellence initiative calls for facility improvements and new equipment that will allow the company to consolidate manufacturing activities from New Jersey.  Research-and-development and administrative services also will be expanded. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. offered the company as much as $2.75 million in performance-based tax credits and up to $200,000 in training grants to help the company expand. Biomet also will get a 10-year tax abatement approved by the Kosciusko County Council.

A researcher at the Indiana University School of Medicine concluded in a clinical trial that an experimental drug can double the cure rate for patients with hepatitis C. In the trial, doctors added the drug boceprevir, made by New Jersey-based Merck & Co. Inc., to the standard treatment regime for the chronic liver ailment. Cure rates jumped to 75 percent using the combination therapy, compared with a 38-percent cure rate for the standard treatment. The clinical study was led by IU’s Dr. Paul Kwo, but was conducted at 67 sites in the United States, Canada and Europe.

Matrix-Bio Inc., based in West Lafayette, received an investment from Main Street Venture Funds, a Fort Wayne-based group of angel investors. The size of the investment was not disclosed. Matrix-Bio is using technology developed at Purdue University to develop a test that can detect a recurrence of breast cancer earlier than mammograms and MRI images, which are currently the most common tests.

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  1. I think the poster was being sarcastic and only posting or making fun of what is usually posted on here about anything being built in BR or d'town for that matter.

  2. Great news IRL fans: TURBO the IMS sanctioned movie about slugs running the Indy 500 has caught the Securities and Exchange Commission because Dreamworks had to take a $132MILLION write down...because the movie was such a flop. See, the Indy/IMS magic soiled another pair of drawers. Bwahahahahahaha! How's CARTOWN doing? HAHAHAHA...Indy is for losers.

  3. So disappointed in WIBC. This is the last straw to lose a good local morning program. I used to be able to rely on WIBC to give me good local information, news, weather and traffic on my 45 minute commute.Two incidents when I needed local, accurate information regarding severe weather were the first signs I could not now rely on WIBC. I work weekend 12 hour nights for a downtown hospital. This past winter when we had the worst snowfall in my 50 years of life, I came home on a Sunday morning, went to sleep (because I was to go back in Sunday night for another 12 hour shift), and woke up around 1 p.m. to a house with no electricity. I keep an old battery powered radio around and turned on WIBC to see what was going on with the winter storm and the roads and the power outage. Sigh. Only policital stuff. Not even a break in to update on the winter storm warning. The second weather incident occurred when I was driving home during a severe thunderstorm a few months ago. I had already gotten a call from my husband that a tornado warning was just southwest of where I had been. I turned to WIBC to find out what direction the storm was headed so I could figure out a route home, only to find Rush on the air, and again, no breaking away from this stupidity to give me information. Thank God for my phone, which gave me the warning that I was driving in an area where a tornado was seen. Thanks for nothing WIBC. Good luck to you, Steve! We need more of you and not the politics of hatred that WIBC wants to shove at us. Good thing I have Satellite radio.

  4. I read the retail roundup article and tried Burritos and Beers tonight. I'm glad I did, for the food was great. Fresh authentic Mexican food. Great seasoning on the carne asada. A must try!!! Thanks for sharing.

  5. John, unfortunately CTRWD wants to put the tank(s) right next to a nature preserve and at the southern entrance to Carmel off of Keystone. Not exactly the kind of message you want to send to residents and visitors (come see our tanks as you enter our city and we build stuff in nature preserves...

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