An Indiana group that promotes trails and greenways in Indiana is trying to persuade Fishers and Noblesville to include both a railway and a trail—as opposed to a trail-only plan—in the redevelopment of the Nickel Plate corridor.
An abundance of new apartments are opening in Carmel, which is causing a slight decrease in average rents.
A Carmel-based firm hopes to take advantage of Westfield’s new allure for industrial development with a project expected to break ground this spring.
Corrie Meyer, who served as executive director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission for three years, is challenging Republican incumbent Mike Delph in the 29th Senate District.
The firm says the new space will have high-tech elements to enhance student learning, including golf and gun training simulators.
The hotel’s developer is trying to strike a deal with a Veterans of Foreign Wars post to share the same lot. So far, the latter is holding its ground.
Moontown Brewing Co. has transformed the former home for secondary education into a taproom with 15 brewing barrels. A full restaurant is in the works.
Taylor Jennings doesn’t want people to do their business at home. Instead, he wants them to go to an OutHouse, a co-working space that also serves as a furniture showroom for Jennings Commercial Interiors.
Evidence of the two high-profile infrastructure projects, which together will cost the city about $2.5 million, should noticeable this spring.
Allied Solutions LLC, a company that provides insurance, finance and marketing services to financial institutions across the country, has already moved into its new five-story headquarters building, but will host an official grand opening Tuesday.
Stan Burton considered several options for keeping the nationally esteemed and notoriously challenging course open—including making it more family-friendly—but in the end they weren’t viable.
After a $1.5 million remodel from its new owner, the former Cooper’s Stardust Bowl space has become Three-Two-Fun!! & Bowl! 32.
The 65,000-square-foot sports training facility proposed by Mayor Andy Cook’s nephew would be built directly to the west of the indoor soccer arena known as the Grand Park Events Center on 191st Street.
A number of companies in Hamilton County and Boone County have quietly made expansion commitments in recent months.