Booze-free bars and nonalcoholic retail bottle shops are found mostly on the coasts, but a handful have taken root in the Midwest.
Developers planning $450M in apartments, townhouses, condos, retail in Carmel over two projects
The two Indianapolis-based developers have requested the city issue a total of $76 million in developer-backed bonds to help cover the cost of design and construction of the projects.Read More
Carmel City Council mulling 20 mph roundabout speed limit
City Council President Jeff Worrell said Monday that a ride with Carmel traffic officers last week convinced him it would be possible to enforce a roundabout speed limit.Read More
Carmel condo at top of City Center could fetch up to $7.5M
The SkyPalace has five bedrooms, a room with three bunk beds, a rooftop pool, eight parking spots, three private entrances, two hidden passages, a safe room, a sauna, three fire pits, three outdoor grilling areas and a bar.Read More
High-end Proscenium apartment property in Carmel changes hands
A 196-unit mixed-use apartment and retail development in Carmel has been sold in a deal brokers called one of the most notable—and complex—sales of the year in the metropolitan area.Read More
According to the plea agreement, Christopher Turean spent his wealthy client’s money on gambling and paying down a home equity loan.
Multiple retailers, restaurants and other businesses have recently opened or are planning new locations in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown:
The business makes a hand-sanitizing device called Iggy that kills pathogens with ozone-infused water instead of soap or other chemicals.
Several councils will have new looks come January—including in Westfield, where every member of the council will be new.
ELECTION UPDATES: Whitfield declares victory in Lawrence; Hogsett winning big; Finkam wins in Carmel
Results have begun to roll in for the Carmel mayor’s race. Meanwhile, supporters of Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and other Democratic city-county candidates are gathering at the Kountry Kitchen soul food restaurant to await the vote tallies. The Heirloom at N.K. Hurst is the site of the Republican gathering for mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve and his supporters.
With a majority of precincts reporting, Finkam was leading with 54% of the vote and was preparing to take the stage at 8:30 p.m. to declare victory.
Early voting is underway for Indiana’s Nov. 7 municipal elections. Here’s a roundup of IBJ’s campaign coverage for Indianapolis and the northern suburbs to help you get ready to cast your vote.
The investment sets the stage for collaboration between Allegion and Ambient.ai, whose technology helps customers identify and prevent potential security incidents.
The company was formed only three years ago and went public on Sept. 29 in an initial public offering that raised $5.3 million after expenses.
Finkam is competing against Democrat Miles Nelson in Carmel’s mayoral election. The winner in the election on Nov. 7 will take office Jan. 1.
Opening day for the German-themed Christmas festival and the adjoining public skating at the Ice at Carter Green is set for Nov. 18.
The polarizing nature of Moms for Liberty, which has gained name recognition for its push to pack school boards with its endorsements, has spurred some left-leaning political candidates to capitalize on opposition to the group and stir voters against their conservative opponents.
The council voted 9-0 to rezone 260 acres Fishers-based Conner Prairie owns in Carmel, south of East 146th Street and east of River Road.
Finkam and Nelson are running to succeed seven-term Mayor Jim Brainard and lead a city that has grown from suburb of 30,000 people into a regional powerhouse with more than 100,000 residents, more than 150 corporate headquarters and 148 roundabouts (and counting).
On Nov. 18-20, the History Channel will broadcast the 23-year-old’s eight-episode documentary series that chronicles the life of President John F. Kennedy.
ReJoyce Financial CEO Alexander Joyce, who is known locally for his financial planning infomercials, is serving time in Hamilton County Jail for a probation violation related to charges of driving while intoxicated. His firm is operating as usual in his absence, according to his attorney and and business associates.
Max Engling is one of at least seven Republican candidates running to replace Rep. Victoria Spartz, who is not seeking a third term.
The Carmel City Council on Monday vote voted 9-0 to approve a 3% salary increase for the city’s elected officials, which include the mayor and city council.
Rep. Donna Schaibley, has served House District 24—parts of Boone and Hamilton counties—since 2014.