Cohoat and O’Neal Management Corp., which sent an email to various course customers Sept. 8 saying its lease had not been renewed for next year, now says it will continue to run the facility in 2016.
According to plans, the 180-room hotel will be on 5.26 acres of city-owned property immediately to the west of the future indoor soccer facility on 191st Street.
The six-year proposal would allow Zionsville Community Schools to continue to impose a 24.44-cent tax rate per $100 of assessed value for the next six years.
Republicans dominate Hamilton County politics and Democrats barely bother to participate.
The city of Carmel, which had been counting on landing a federal grant to help fund a proposed $31.9 million overhaul of the 96th Street and Keystone Avenue intersection, once again was not picked.
After receiving no bids for projects for the southwest corner at 106th Street and Bennett Parkway, the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission has agreed to sell the acreage to Indianapolis-based Scannell Properties.
Westfield residents Aaron and Crystal Gold have launched Ask Likely, a mobile app focused on gathering information about a user’s favorite things and preferences to make gift giving and random acts of kindness easier for family and friends.
Mayor Jeff Papa says the town could address two potential needs with one building as officials weigh what to do with the current town hall.
Similar to its current space in the 16,000-square-foot basement of the Hamilton East Public Library, the building will include dedicated desks, private offices, open workspace, a coffee shop and about a dozen conference rooms. It will also feature a bistro with a light commercial kitchen, locker rooms with showers, a small theater, a separate entrance and classrooms for Ball State University, and a suite for Carmel-based coding academy Eleven Fifty.
Compensation for the highest-ranking officials of Indianapolis’ largest not-for-profits falls short of pay at many similar-size organizations throughout the country.
Atlanta-based Beazer Homes USA Inc. initially proposed a residential development along Ditch Road between 156th and 161st streets in 2005, but construction never started.
After years of disagreements about the future of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport between airport officials and the city of Fishers, the two entities are teaming up to attract developments to hundreds of acres on the property.
The wait is over–Graeter’s Inc. has opened at 918 S. Rangeline Road in Carmel. New restaurants are on tap for Hamilton County as well.