UN Communications Group, founded in 1975, will retain its staff and continue to operate in Carmel.
Former Carmel equity manager alleges discrimination in lawsuit
Timothy Knight filed the federal lawsuit nearly eight months after he was fired from the position.Read More
North of 96th roundup: Dick’s, Capriotti’s, Angelo’s Italian Market plan openings
Several new restaurants, retailers and businesses have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in Boone and Hamilton counties.Read More
BJ’s Wholesale Club planning second Hamilton County store
After opening its first Indiana store late last month in Noblesville, the Massachusetts-based shopping club chain has filed plans to build another store in Hamilton County.Read More
Outdoor retailer Sierra planning to open first Indiana store in Carmel
The chain is owned by TJX Companies Inc. and has 66 stores in 25 states, including five in Illinois, five in Michigan, two in Ohio and one in Kentucky.Read More
Artistic director of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra says the ensemble is becoming a point of pride for the city.
The move sets up a primary battle with Carmel City Council President Kevin “Woody” Rider, who said in September that he would run to lead Indiana’s fifth-largest city.
Eliminating the back-office jobs in the U.S. and Canada and moving the functions overseas is expected to result in cost savings of more than $10 million per year, according to the auto auction firm.
Brainard believed that making investments in public infrastructure and livable neighborhoods would attract businesses and residents alike, as businesses would want to locate near their workforce or potential workforce.
The Carmel City Council on Monday night voted to approve the salary increase for Mayor Jim Brainard and for City Court Judge Brian Poindexter, Clerk Sue Wolfgang and the city council.
Owned and operated by three Fishers residents, the bakery will focus on the Atlanta-based chain’s line of plant-based, allergen-friendly cinnamon rolls.
The Bethesda, Maryland-based liquor superstore chain will open the 34,000-square-foot store—its largest in Indiana—on Sept. 28 at Cool Creek Commons at 2520 E. 146th St. in Westfield.
Kevin “Woody” Rider is a 35-year Carmel resident who is in his fourth term as an at-large Carmel city councilor. He is also a member of the Carmel Plan Commission.
Bryan Bedford, CEO of Indianapolis-based Republic, said he was disappointed but not surprised by the FAA’s decision. He said the agency didn’t give the airline’s request the review that it deserved.
The Monon Square North project at East 126th Street and South Rangeline Road is expected to include housing, office space and retail space, restaurants and parking.
The 38-acre development would include multifamily housing, attached townhouses, 430,000 square feet of retail and office space, public outdoor space and public parking garages.
The 32-acre build-to-rent project would be on the north side of the 400-acre Legacy mixed-use development, which is along the south side of East 146th Street and west of River Road.
Brainard, who has overseen the Carmel’s transition from a traditional suburb to a destination city with a new downtown and more roundabouts than any other U.S. community, announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election in 2023.
The offices of Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen and Westfield Mayor Andy Cook either declined to say whether they were running again in 2023 or didn’t respond to inquiries.
The stores will offer 25 to 30 different flavors of macarons made by a pastry chef who was trained in France. Customers will also find 16 different gelato flavors, chocolates, cakes, croissants and a coffee bar.
Owners of the tavern, which was plagued by complaints about noise and public indecency after it opened in 2020, are seeking to add 2,940 square feet to the existing 2,300-square-foot building before reopening the business.
Indianapolis-based Onyx+East LLC, Carmel-based Pittman Partners Inc. and Carmel-based Estridge Development Management LLC are proposing new neighborhoods in Carmel.
Two mixed-use buildings—the Wren and Windsor—under construction this summer are the final pieces of the $300 million development that created a new core for Carmel.
The project would include a 43,000-square-foot, three-story mixed-use building at the intersection of South Rangeline Road and 1st Avenue Southeast.