The Noblesville-based not-for-profit known as HAND has announced it will invest $2 million to acquire and renovate 17 duplexes in Lebanon into affordable apartments for low-income residents.
The city of Fishers is partnering with Greenfield-based, not-for-profit Brandywine Creek Farms to open a 40-acre urban farm called Fishers Agripark.
The 23-year-old Carmel-based company has big expectations for its new “Bird Buffet” feeding system.
KennMar LLC has filed plans with the city of Noblesville to develop 23 acres at the southeast corner of Hazel Dell Road and State Road 32.
Lorna Steele, a 2013 Indiana University graduate, has been chosen to replace Chris Owens, who left in February for a new position.
Roundup: City Center readies for home store, gift shop, nail salon; volleyball venue opens in Westfield
Carmel City Center will host a lineup of new and expanded shops this summer. In Westfield, iBeach31 has just opened with six white-sand volleyball courts. And Bru Burger Bar is now serving in Noblesville.
Currently, the firm is overseeing building expansions at Mt. Vernon Middle School in Fortville and Delta High School in Muncie. Both projects include plans to make the buildings more secure.
Carmel has postponed a rezoning hearing on a developer’s vague plan to build a medical complex at 96th Street and Spring Mill Road for St. Vincent Health. Carmel officials say they won’t consider a rezoning without specifics about the project.
Pulte Homes of Indiana has filed plans to develop 78 single-family homes on land adjacent to the proposed site of the new Little League International regional headquarters in Zionsville.
Four Republicans are vying for a primary victory in the House District 29 race, and the contenders say workforce development and education will be among their top priorities if they go on to victory in the general election.
The entertainment provider is launching its biggest seasons yet at both Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville and Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Indianapolis.
Hamilton County breaks ground Friday on the Lowes Way Connection, which will link 146th Street drivers to southbound Keystone Parkway.
County officials are weighing whether to get moving on the $4 million final phase so it could be finished at the same time as the first.
A Columbus, Ohio-based chain that was named one of the nation’s hottest restaurant concepts by Restaurant Business has signed a 3,500-square-foot lease at Hamilton Town Center.
Henke Development Group LLC has requested the rezoning of about 600 acres for a project called Holliday Farms, which would feature a championship golf course, homes, retail buildings and restaurants.
The Hoosier Heritage Port Authority and Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad Inc. have approved a 15-year operating agreement, making way for the new Nickel Plate Express tourism rail line to begin offering rides this year.
Hamilton County is moving forward with plans to expand its government and judicial center in Noblesville.
The 116 Towns project would contain seven buildings, with 31 units ranging from between 2,100 and 2,300 square feet and featuring as many as three bedrooms and bathrooms.