The clock is ticking for officials to decide whether they’ll raise local income taxes to pay for a $45 million to $50 million jail expansion and justice center to alleviate overcrowding.
Gleaners Food Bank’s board is working to create a campus master plan and vet ideas for an entrepreneurial incubator next to the nonprofit’s warehouse at 3737 Waldemere Ave.
OrthoIndy is planning to expand its presence in Westfield by moving out of its current leased space and building a new $12.5 million facility all its own near State Road 32 and Austrian Pine Way. If approved, it could open to the public next summer.
Fishers City Council Vice President David George tendered his resignation from the council, and a new representative will be caucused into the position to serve the remainder of his term.
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.
Innovation Mile, as it would be called, aims to bring medical technology, life science innovation, wholesale trade, professional and technical services companies to Noblesville by offering shovel-ready sites and shared amenities.
The owners of The Greatest of All Taverns, known as The GOAT, are trying to rezone their property in Carmel’s Midtown to allow the bar and restaurant to reopen. Now, city staff members are trying to determine a potential suitable zoning designation.
The $200 million headquarters development plan by Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. and Kite Realty Group Trust would result in Republic becoming the largest employer in Carmel.
Denver-based RE/MAX LLC and RE/MAX Integrated Regions LLC filed a complaint in federal court last month against James “Jimmy” Dulin and The Hamilton Group Inc., which does business as RE/MAX Ability Plus.
The Westfield City Council voted to delay payment of its legal and consulting fees this week for the second month in a row because the accounts are over budget.
Indianapolis-based Onyx+East, Arbor Homes and St. John-based Olthof Homes presented plans to the Noblesville City Council on Tuesday for a slew of new residential projects featuring 129 single-family, 123 townhouses and 62 two-family homes.
Carmel Community Players plans to launch a fundraising campaign next month with the goal of securing $250,000 for the buildout of a planned new community theater on North Meridian Street.
Everbowl, a quick-serve restaurant offering customizable superfood bowls, plans to open its first location in the state near Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville at the end of the year.
Be Well Family Care has more than 100 patients on a waiting list, so owner Swathi Rao plans to build a new facility to triple the functional medicine clinic’s footprint.
San Francisco-based Opendoor and Phoenix-based Offerpad both announced in recent weeks that they were bringing their internet-driven real estate services to homeowners in central Indiana. They allow homeowners to request a cash offer on their homes—usually available within 24 hours.
Altum’s Garden Center has vacated its longtime site at 11335 N. Michigan Road in Carmel and is planning to open a temporary roadside garden stand next to the Finley Creek Vineyards Event Center in Zionsville next week.
Finney Hospitality Group has secured a 5,500-square-foot space for the watering hole and taco eatery, hoping to capitalize on growing foot traffic on Midtown Plaza.
If Allies Collective chooses Zionsville, and the commission enters into a project agreement, the headquarters could create as many as 150 jobs paying an average of $41 per hour over the next six years.