Already, one developer—Steve Braun, a former tech entrepreneur, state lawmaker and commissioner of the state’s Department of Workforce Development—is taking advantage.
Storied Rahal race team plans $20M HQ in Zionsville
The facility, set to open in 2022, will consolidate Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s IndyCar operations in Brownsburg and the Ohio operations for the other series the team competes in.Read More
Zionsville council upholds mayoral vetoes on police, fire personnel oversight
The Zionsville Town Council on Monday morning upheld Mayor Emily Styron’s vetoes of two ordinances that would have required her to get council approval before she could hire or fire the chief of police or the fire department.Read More
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing plans $20M Zionsville HQ
The project will allow RLL to moves its its IndyCar operations in Brownsburg and its International Motor Sports Association operations in Hilliard, Ohio, to one 13-acre site in Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park.Read More
Third Whitestown I-65 interchange to give developers blank canvas
The launch of a $63 million project to add an interchange and rework another is likely to fuel a new blitz of commercial development in the state’s fastest-growing town.Read More
Carmel-based Sila Capital LLC plans to build three, 3-story buildings at the southeast corner of Oxford Drive and Grove Pass.
Samson and his wife, Abbie, took over the business nine years ago and have diversified from repairing shoes and making leather mugs to reproducing Colonial-era apparel and accessories.
Chicago-based JLL Income Property Trust closed on the purchase of the 440,000-square-foot and 280,000-square-foot buildings on Dec. 11.
Indianapolis’ north-side apartment market, which includes parts of the city and extends into Boone and Hamilton counties, could see as many as 1,862 new units come online next year.
A not-for-profit that helps adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities live in homes of their own is planning to develop the neighborhood on one of three sites in Whitestown.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. offered NewCold more than $2.8 million in conditional tax credits based on the company’s plans to hire 202 workers by the end of 2023.
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.
Netherlands-based NewCold, an advanced cold storage logistics company, is considering a 55-acre parcel along Council Drive in the Lebanon Business Park as a potential location for its new 384,300-square-foot warehouse.
Lebanon’s campaign for new, mixed-use development downtown is off to a slow start.
These vintage-style prints with their rustic frames would fit right into today’s popular farmhouse decor. But they’d look just as good in a more traditional home, especially in a small powder room, entryway or laundry space.
Republican state lawmakers seeking reelection in the northern suburbs are campaigning significantly more this year than in previous elections.
The Idaho-based veterinary and agricultural animal health products supplier plans to spend $5.8 million to expand its local operations.
The Sixpence will feature an existing farmhouse and garage as lodging and hospitality spaces for brides and grooms, as well as a custom-built barn for ceremonies.
To plan development, mayor is scheduling public-input sessions that will shape a request for proposals the town plans to issue within six months.
Jarrett and Lauren Silagyi were thrown from the high-powered boat and severely injured in the crash, which occurred when Daniel Towriss of Zionsville drove the boat into a South Florida jetty. The suit accuses him of drinking before the incident, but he has not been charged.
A largely agricultural area near the formerly contested border of Zionsville and Whitestown could soon be the site of two 550,000-square-foot warehouses.
The nation’s largest Coca-Cola bottler is planning to merge its Anderson, Bloomington, Lafayette, Shelbyville and Speedway warehousing and distribution operations into a massive new Whitestown facility by next spring.
Store closures due to the coronavirus crisis undermined the department store chain’s parent company and its ability to get financing to continue operations.