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.
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.
Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard has led Carmel since 1996, and John Ditslear has led Noblesville since 2004.
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.
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:
Butler Auto Group plans to move its Indianapolis Fiat and Maserati dealerships to a new facility on 96th Street that also will sell the resurgent Alfa Romeo sports car.
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.
Pedcor Cos. pulled the trigger on the final phase of construction at the ambitious Carmel City Center redevelopment after city leaders OK’d public funding for a parking garage and other infrastructure.
Executives at California-based Memory Ventures decided to move the company to Fishers to become part of the growing entrepreneurial community there.
A divided Carmel City Council on Monday approved a $20 million bond issue to build a parking garage and other infrastructure at Carmel City Center, clearing the way for the final phase of construction at the ambitious mixed-use project.
Phoenix-based Children’s Learning Adventure plans bring its state-of-the-art child-care concept to Indiana, proposing an $8 million facility at a prominent corner in Carmel.
Carmel City Council’s finance committee is supporting a $20 million bond issue to finish the ambitious City Center mixed-use development, but not before persuading developer Pedcor Cos. to strengthen an already-unusual array of project guarantees.
Hamilton County leaders are asking state legislators for relief from a 2008 law that requires all capital projects costing more than $12 million be put to a vote.