City officials hope to start construction in 2017 on a nearly $32 million teardrop roundabout that would bridge through traffic over 96th Street.
The Sidney, Nebraska-based company is hiring 175 full-time and part-time employees for the new $12.5 million store, which is its second in Indiana.
Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. is proposing to add a another building to the office park located along U.S. 31 between Carmel Drive and Main Street.
The Zionsville Redevelopment Commission is considering an offer for 1.6 acres near 106th Street and Bennett Parkway.
The Denver-based burger joint is set to occupy 1,700 square feet in Cool Creek Commons on East 146th Street, between Gray Road and U.S. 31.
The $80 million mixed-use development along Old Meridian Street and Grand Boulevard received its final approvals this week.
A bank is foreclosing on more than 20 properties owned by a developer in the Arbor Glen subdivision of Hamilton Proper in Fishers.
A couple of months after the sheriff's sale of the Fishers Banquet and Conference Center, an adjacent property with the same owners also is headed to auction.
Roto-Rooter Inc. has started construction on its new facility in Fishers near 116th Street and Interstate 69.
The Noblesville City Council approved a rezoning request for the Toyota dealership aspect of the project Tuesday, but development deals for a new road, housing, a transit station and drainage improvements were dropped.
Two of the developers of the Fishers Sports Pavilion discussed the details of the project to a gathering of business leaders at a recent event sponsored by the Hamilton County Sports Authority.
The two blocks on the western edge of Carmel’s Arts & Design District are residential, at least for now, but that’s expected to change as the population grows by 1,500 every year and the city continues its quest to create a walkable community.
The Whitestown Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to petition the higher court to consider the case. Town attorneys also intend to ask the court to postpone the appellate ruling from taking effect until a final decision is made.
Four cities are considering creating an economic development group to obtain state funding for the first phase of a regional rapid-transit route for all-electric buses.