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Carmel distiller turns hand sanitizer pivot into a community fundraising platform
Lebanon considering creating $13.7M in trails, green space for business park
Local senior-living complex more than doubles assisted-living units in $5M expansion
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Builder proposes neighborhood for Fishers site once pitched for assisted-living facility
The units in Overlook at the White River, slated for 146th Street and Allisonville Road, would target empty nesters looking for low-maintenance abodes.
Noblesville announces 10 capital improvement projects
The projects span the entire city and address infrastructure, public safety and economic development needs.
Carmel council updates solicitation ordinance to exclude minors
The Carmel City Council on Monday night updated its solicitation ordinance for a second time after unintentionally requiring minors to undergo background checks to raise funds.
Huge spec warehouse planned for Whitestown
Roundup: A developer plans to build a warehouse with room to expand. Plus: A swanky rooftop bar is planned for Carmel and a Japanese steak house is coming to Noblesville.
Grain hopper manufacturer proposes Whitestown facility
The company plans to build a $2.2 million retail and repair facility near Exit 133 off Interstate 65.
University High School sells 36 acres to Pittman for high-end subdivision
School leaders had identified surplus land on the 115-acre campus and weighed whether to sell the property or find some other use for it. The sale, finalized last week, will help pay down the school’s debt load.
Hamilton County Democratic Party fields more than 30 candidates for fall election
Forty-two contested state and local races are on the ballot this year, including more than a dozen township races.
Whitestown joins list of northern suburbs building new police stations
Officials in booming Whitestown plan to borrow $7 million to build the standalone police station to help make room for a detective division, computer forensic lab, training facilities and a holding cell.
Proposed subdivisions would add 322 homes to fast-growing Whitestown
The town’s population swelled from 2,867 in 2010 to 7,814 in late 2016. Two planned developments hope to serve surging demand and are focusing on duplex-style abodes.
Two spec buildings proposed for $113M industrial park in Whitestown
The developer of massive Park 130 plans to invest $28 million in the two buildings, which together will total more than 523,000 square feet of space.
Roundup: Tech firm makes Fishers move; pizza pub to open in Carmel; diner set for Atlanta
Netfor Inc. anticipates adding dozens of employees in its new headquarters in the former Charles Schwab & Co. regional client center. Also: Pies & Pints will debut two new Indy-area locations, and the Choo Choo Cafe will roll into Atlanta.
Noblesville city council president announces campaign for mayor
Chris Jensen, who was first elected to the council in 2015, has announced he’s running for mayor.
Developer proposes modest-sized but upscale subdivision in Westfield
Sobczak Construction Services Inc. plans to build 13 high-end homes on two waterfront cul-de-sacs. Meanwhile, Davis Homes has received the green light for a project of similar scope in Westfield.
University High School drafts master plan for 115-acre campus in Carmel
The private prep school in Carmel envisions outdoor classroom space, an orchard, an amphitheater, new athletic fields and a building specifically for art classes.
Roundup: Fishers borrowing $16.4M for Yard, plus Tex-Mex to open in Carmel, Denny’s in Whitestown
Progress on the multi-use, 17-acre Yard at Fishers District project is just beginning as funding for the project and more details about its retail tenants fall into place. Also coming soon: Chuy’s in Carmel, The OutHouse in Noblesville, and a free fitness court in Westfield.
Smart-technology company moving from Carmel to Zionsville
TriPhase Technologies plans to consolidate its Carmel office and Westfield warehouse operations into one building in Zionsville and add 10 employees.
Pulte proposes 29-home project along Hamilton, Boone County line
The property is adjacent to upscale subdivisions to the north and west and more spacious and bucolic estates to the east and south.
Estridge Homes proposes high-end subdivision in Westfield with 125 homes
Homes in the 80-acre neighborhood are expected to sell from $500,000 to $750,000 and would vary from 1,800 to 3,500 square feet.