Meanwhile in Boone County, both Zionsville and Whitestown are closing town facilities through April 6 beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Preliminary plans by an IndyCar racing team and a vehicle engineering company could lead to the first development in Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park in years.
“We’ve gone from being an ankle biter to an 800-pound gorilla,” said Josh Garrett, Mobi’s co-founder and former president who now serves as Tangoe’s chief strategy officer.
Westfield-based Henke Development Group is seeking approval for a 2,000-acre master-planned community with retail stores, apartments, an industrial park, a golf course and thousands of residential units along Interstate 65.
A New York-based chain of independent pharmacies offering pick-up and delivery services is planning its Midwestern debut with a new store in Carmel.
The chicken chain is in the midst of doubling in size. The new location will be its fourth in Indiana.
The grocer and the property owner also plan to invest between $5 million and $6 million to update the facade of Brookshire Village Shoppes with a more modern aesthetic.
Projects worth $23 million will upgrade four parks over the next two years, but other improvements might have to wait if local officials can’t identify new ways to pay for parks.
A trio of new restaurants are in the works for Carmel, including a replacement for Bub’s Cafe and eateries featuring South American and Asian cuisine.
Industrial property owners along Interstate 65 in Whitestown have successfully petitioned for a new tax-like funding structure to provide more than 650 employees a month with a ride to work.
A Pendleton entrepreneur who considered buying a franchise of a national chain is working toward a January opening for a store he’s making from scratch.
When the restaurant opens at 12955 Old Meridian Street, it will join Bru Burger Bar, another CRG concept, in a renovated Gateway Plaza retail center.
The closure is the second in Indiana in recent months for the Provo, Utah-based chain.
Group One Thousand One LLC, an Indianapolis-based insurance holding company, announced plans Tuesday to expand local operations into the Zionsville building beginning next year.
Emily Styron beat Republican Tim Haak, who was running for a second term, by 88 votes in Tuesday’s election. Haak was elected in November 2015 to serve as the town’s first elected mayor.