Patch CEO Pat Chittenden said he’s talking to potential tenants for the estimated $22 million-$27 million project at the northwest corner of Master Road and 96th Street.
The city of Westfield’s latest lawsuit against Clerk-Treasurer Cindy Gossard claims she allowed an unauthorized and unidentified IT professional to access city computers. Gossard claims she did so to investigate suspicious spyware.
Fishers-based Rebar Development received early approval from the McCordsville Town Council this week to execute the first phase of McCord Square, a 48-acre area within the overall master-planned downtown project at Broadway and Mt. Comfort Road.
A discussion of Fishers-based Envoy Inc.’s planned $52 million Highline project included questions about an elected official’s involvement. State Senator Scott Baldwin is Envoy’s CEO and a representative of District 20, which includes Fishers.
Fishers-based development firm Envoy Inc. has plans to build a $52 million project with 280 apartments and 23,400 square feet of commercial space.
Noblesville Schools’ latest proposal in a string of recent capital projects could bring a 12-court varsity tennis facility to the district’s property just north of Noblesville East Middle School.
Stretch Zone opened its first of three planned new Indiana franchises in Zionsville last month. Fishers resident Ben Smith, who co-owns the franchise with former NFL star Drew Brees, said he’s hoping to eventually open locations across the state.
Tauhric Brown, 50, became Lawrence-based CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions’ first Black CEO in January 2020. He’s brokering research partnerships with Stanford University, Eskenazi Health and other organizations to create new efficiencies.
The ongoing labor shortage is exacerbating some central Indiana school systems’ annual struggle to hire bus drivers and forcing some districts to make drastic changes.
Plat Collective’s ownership and core services will largely stay the same under @properties’ banner, but co-owners Mark Nottingham and Rex Fisher hope the national brokerage’s technologies will allow them to expand in central Indiana.
The document criticizes the way the city’s administration and Carmel Redevelopment Commission handled the hotel’s construction and how it announced the project’s $18.5 million in cost overruns.
The Carmel City Council voted Monday to continue its investigation into allegations that former city attorney Doug Haney harassed a city employee without including detailed information from the city’s settlement with the complainant.
City Council President Sue Finkam issued a report analyzing the hotel’s $18.5 million in overruns and recommending changes in the way the council and Carmel Redevelopment Commission communicate.
The Noblesville City Council voted unanimously this week to approve a list of 80 parcels between River Road and 11th Street that it will need to temporarily, partially or wholly acquire for the first phase of the $113 million project.
Fishers resident Tiffany Schlueter is planning to open the state’s second Bruster’s Ice Cream franchise in an 1,800-square-foot space at 12350 Olio Road by early November.
Former TV sportscaster Wil Hampton has represented the city’s District 4 since he was first elected in 2015. He has accepted a job as associate director of athletics for a Florida university.
Supporters say the rule will provide more transparency when city councilors vote on projects that benefit campaign donors. Critics say the change will benefit councilors who can bankroll their own campaigns.
A trust overseeing cleanup of Superfund site north of Zionsville is suing an environmental remediation firm after tests showed contaminant levels in the target area were higher than expected. The company has filed its own suit against the trust.