Indy Wholesale Direct has sold high-end and exotic cars in Carmel since 2011.
Sensing pent-up demand, a developer has filed plans to build a low-slung office building that would accommodate approximately 100 tenants.
Hamilton County and Fishers have teamed to restore a historic covered bridge originally built in Jackson County. The 149-year-old bridge will be restored and installed over Fall Creek.
The 85,000-square-foot design center will include a showroom, office and warehouse space, and a makerspace for hobbyists, entrepreneurs and students.
Startup Steel Green Manufacturing recently moved into a manufacturing facility in Lebanon and plans rapid growth over the next four years.
Jackson Development received approval to redevelop 38 acres along 146th Street occupied by an auto salvage business into a business park featuring office and retail space.
The city of Carmel is spending $10 million to build a new clubhouse at Brookshire Golf Club, which it bought in 2007 and turned into a municipal course.
The newly named Hamilton County Community Foundation plans to tackle mental health, family and youth empowerment, and inclusive economic growth.
When The Yard at Fishers District was proposed in November 2016, it was billed as a culinary-centric development. But as the project has grown, so has the number of non-food-related tenants.
The Hamilton County Republican Party easily kept control of county government Tuesday, despite multiple challenges from Democrats.
Developer Steve Pittman’s proposal to build an office building at 106th and Illinois streets is moving forward through the approval process, despite contentious pleas from two of his siblings that the project be reworked.
Work has started on The Kent, and Pedcor is awaiting approval to begin on the connected Holland and Playfair buildings.
For at least a year, county officials have debated how best to pay for the county’s 911 communications operation going forward.
Doug Kouns spent 20 years in the FBI before retiring to launch his own intelligence, investigations and research firm in Carmel.
Redevelopment projects are dramatically reshaping several blocks along the Monon Trail in Carmel—and an end to construction isn’t in sight for the Midtown area.
The six-story development would be built just north of Interstate 465 along Meridian Street.
A McCordsville winery is closing its tasting room and calling off public events amid an ongoing battle with the town over a noise ordinance.
Carmel is introducing an online ticket purchasing system, while Noblesville prepares a larger ice rink.
A British company with packaging plants around the world plans to build a 550,000-square-foot manufacturing facility just southwest of Interstate 65 that will employ 140.