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Eric Stam, co-founder and CEO of the Carmel-based Crossroads Distillery, started diversifying his alcohol production facility’s operations in April to launch a cleaning solution fundraising business earlier this week.
City officials want to lay the groundwork for a long-term plan creating outdoor amenities for users of Lebanon Business Park and the public at large, including more than 10 miles of trails.
Preliminary site plans show an 11,000-square-foot, multi-tenant building with space for six new businesses on the southern portion of the property and a standalone 2,000-square-foot restaurant building to the north—each with their own drive-thrus.
Laura Musall, of Fishers, appeared on the debut episode of 2 Minute Drill Friday and took first place for the pitch she gave about the line of breathable pajamas she co-created with Mindy Ford, of Lebanon. The pajamas aim to help women suffering from hot flashes.
Founded in 2018, Agrozen Life Sciences has diversified its offerings to include federally certified laboratory testing and plans to ramp up plant cultivation at its new digs.
The roughly 13-acre project at 7279 S. Indianapolis Road will include 240 market-rate apartments and 10,000-square feet of retail space.
Indianapolis-based Scannell Properties is pursuing a build-to-suit leasing opportunity with a publicly traded distribution company that would occupy the northeast corner of 96th Street and Masters Road.
American Structurepoint quickly eliminated the possibility of not building or bypassing the downtown completely. Instead, the environmental assessment considered ways in which the road reconstruction project might minimize impacts to an historic district.
Antwain “Kuts” Booker took his 18 years of experience cutting hair on the road in October with New Element Barber, a luxury shop inside a 1994 recreational vehicle.
Owner Adel Elhaj, who wants to boost the image of pre-owned car sales with a tricked-out showroom, plans to reposition his existing Noblesville dealership. He’s also about to open a dealership in Elwood.
Carmel-based JC Hart Co. Inc. is planning to replace an office building at 615 W. Carmel Drive with three new apartment buildings. Also, two new neighborhoods on Carmel’s northwest side could bring hundreds of units of mixed housing styles.
Also, in the latest North of 96th roundup, a barber shop and wellness lounge is planning its grand opening. Meanwhile, a Carmel theater has reopened and a Zionsville tea room is closing.
The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce and Perfit have partnered to create a website based on the software startup’s digital shopping platform, which allows shoppers to reserve items and schedule in-person shopping appointments at local businesses.
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.