Three chefs will take up residency at the kitchen for one to two years, showcasing their food, gaining business skills, and building a local following in preparation for moving on to open their own locations.
The homes—mostly ranch-style—would be located on land currently used for agriculture north of 146th Street.
If the budget is approved as is, next year’s property tax rate in Fishers will increase by 2 cents for every $100 of assessed valuation.
The city had hoped to begin construction this fall, but leaders are still finalizing design plans, Mayor Scott Fadness told IBJ.
The Westfield residential development could grow to more than 1,000 acres by adding retail and office space to the mix and expanding its housing options.
Kittle’s Furniture has provided seed funding to accelerate retail startup ParkerGwen.com’s growth, the companies announced Monday.
Homeowners in Johnson Addition, which was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s, say their neighborhood is charming and one of the few affordable neighborhoods left near Carmel’s downtown—and they want it to stay that way.
The three-year project has been a long time coming. Conversations about alleviating congestion on S.R. 37 in Fishers and Noblesville began in 2005.
The proposed local income tax increase would generate $16 million of new funding for the county’s 911 center.
The Westfield Preservation Alliance effort includes a list of reasons for opposing the project, including the destruction of historic properties and the use of a public-private partnership to build it.
The debate was the first of 2019 between Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, a Democrat, and Republican state Sen. Jim Merritt. The debate largely focused on infrastructure and regionalism, inequity and public safety.
The study found that 15.5% of the residential units in Fishers are apartments, lower than the national average of 22%.
Three well-known local companies plan to move into a four-story, 100,000-square-foot office building called the Agora. Construction of the building is expected to be complete next summer.
Town leaders say development is coming, but has been slow because they’re picky about tenants.
Deputy Mayor Leah McGrath told IBJ the city and Brandywine mutually agreed to “discontinue” their partnership after the city’s vision for the park grew beyond Mayor Scott Fadness’ early concept.
The facility would be built on about six acres of undeveloped land off East 126th Street, east of Hoosier Road.
The candle and fragrance company is expanding from its downtown Indy base. Also, the long-awaited Chick-fil-A in Whitestown, Chicago’s Pizza with a Twist in Fishers, PetPeople and more.