Working through the bad economy prepared Milhaus for the good times that have followed. CEO Tadd Miller said his real estate development, construction and management company has been able to build strong relationships with capital sources and “catch a tidal wave of positive market timing.”
Can downtown handle a dozen high-end temples for red meat? Indianapolis already is the eighth-most carnivorous city in the country.
This year’s list of fastest-growing private companies in the Indianapolis area is a diverse lot, operating in industries ranging from human resources to office furnishings to construction to home health care and games.
The city is guaranteed $7.5 million in savings over 15 years from a $18 million upgrade of city facilities, and the savings are expected to accumulate further.
Architects were told to push the envelope and integrate. Be mindful of where you are in the city and integrate well.
John Thompson’s humble approach to community service has earned him the distinction of being the 18th recipient of IBJ’s Michael A. Carroll Award, given annually to a man or woman who has demonstrated the former deputy mayor’s qualities of determination, humility and devotion to the community.
Former WFMS-FM 95.5 on-air personality J.D. Cannon said he was fired for insubordination after Jan Jeffries, Atlanta-based senior vice president of programming for Cumulus, heard WFMS play “Long Black Train” by Josh Turner and “Killin’ Time” by Clint Black.
An economic recovery blowing against their backs propelled some Indianapolis-area companies to scorching growth.
Tippecanoe County residents may despise Indiana University sports teams, but they seem to have had no problem welcoming IU to their community to provide health care.
The sign behind the counter at the we-never-close greasy spoon sums up its distinct personality: “Cows may come and cows may go, but the bull in this place goes on forever.”