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.
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.
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.
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.
Chris Jensen, who was first elected to the council in 2015, has announced he’s running for mayor.
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.
The private prep school in Carmel envisions outdoor classroom space, an orchard, an amphitheater, new athletic fields and a building specifically for art classes.
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.
TriPhase Technologies plans to consolidate its Carmel office and Westfield warehouse operations into one building in Zionsville and add 10 employees.
The property is adjacent to upscale subdivisions to the north and west and more spacious and bucolic estates to the east and south.