Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 29-APRIL 4, 2024

Hendricks Commercial Properties is close to finalizing the deals that will lead to its planned $600 million redevelopment of Circle Centre Mall downtown. Mickey Shuey explains how its track record with other major projects in the city—including Ironworks and Bottleworks—helped persuade city officials that Hendricks was right for the job. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist has the story of Fred Kaufman, a veteran of the early days of fast-food franchising who has come out of retirement to lead two Rally’s restaurants. And Susan Orr explains how a 26-year employee of Chase Bank in Indianapolis was such an influence on the co-founder of a New York City startup that he named it after her.

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Indiana 250: Sue Ellspermann

Sue Ellspermann is president of Ivy Tech Community College, the nation’s largest single accredited statewide community college system with 19 campuses, more than 40 locations and more than 160,000 students.

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