A contract with the Indiana Economic Development Corp. reveals expansion plans for the fast-growing Zionsville company, which now has water-system clients across the country.
The restaurant partners, who also own Lebanon’s Backroads BBQ, intend to capitalize on a newly acquired meat processing facility to bring diners a farm-to-table experience.
Three years after first putting a pole in the ground near U.S. 31, GEFT Outdoor is able to finish building a 50-foot-tall digital billboard on Dean Road in Westfield and proceed with a trial to determine damages caused by the city’s unconstitutional sign ordinance.
The Sixpence will feature an existing farmhouse and garage as lodging and hospitality spaces for brides and grooms, as well as a custom-built barn for ceremonies.
Luxembourg-based B Medical Systems is investing over $1 million this year to launch its first U.S.-based sales office and warehouse in Noblesville. The medical refrigerator and freezer manufacturer expects to create 15 to 20 new jobs there by 2021.
The developer wants to rezone farmland along 191st Street to allow for commercial buildings, single-family neighborhoods, town houses, a church, a park and several sports facilities.
The New York-based firm says its first Indianapolis outpost, located on downtown’s Mass Ave, has exceeded its expectations.