Roll With It Bakery, which serves homemade breads, cupcakes, cookies and cream puffs to humans, has moved into the former home of dog bakery Love of Dogs at 5539 E. Washington St. in Irvington. The shop, owned by Tess Ireland and Corey Rutland, is open Tuesdays through Sundays.
Boost Mobile has replaced the former Starbucks coffee shop at the corner of 38th and Meridian streets. Starbucks closed the store in 2008 along with more than a dozen others in Indianapolis.
Francesca's Collections, a Houston-based women’s boutique chain, opened a new location at Clay Terrace in Carmel. The chain, which has another a store at Castleton Square, has locations in 28 states.
Enzo Pizza plans to open a new restaurant in a former Hardee's location in Franklin at 2602 N. Morton St. The locally based pizza chain has three locations in Indianapolis, one in Elkhart and one in Adrian, Mich.
Lids Kids has closed at Castleton Square Mall. The spinoff of the homegrown hat chain opened the shop a few years ago next to the entrance to Macy's.
Survival Fitness moved to a new location at Clay Terrace in Carmel, between Luxe Home Interiors and Charles Schwab.
Schouten is an Indianapolis native and Indiana University graduate who joined IBJ in 2006 after stints at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and the Arizona Republic. He covered the real estate beat for most of those years, and launched the Property Lines blog, before taking over as managing editor in March 2013.
Schouten has been honored for investigative and enterprise reporting by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, the Alliance of Area Business Publications and the Society of Professional Journalists in Indianapolis. During his tenure as moderator of Property Lines, the blog was recognized twice as the best among business journals by the AAPB.
Schouten serves as secretary of the board of governors of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and is set to serve as the organization's president in 2016. He is treasurer of the Indianapolis Press Club Foundation, and a board member of the Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation.
He lives in Butler Tarkington with his wife and two rescue dogs.