The developer behind the Proscenium development in Carmel is expanding the project across the street, and an Indianapolis-based developer is planning to dive into the Carmel market with a $78 million project.
Carmel City Council OKs $25 million bond with minor modifications
The Carmel City Council approved the issuance of $25 million in tax increment financing bonds Monday after holding eleven public meetings to discuss and evaluate the city administration’s request.Read More
Is Carmel’s city council less aligned with the mayor?
Recent council actions are raising questions about whether members are becoming more skeptical of Mayor Jim Brainard’s vision for the city and subsequent spending.Read More
Developers present Asherwood plans, say they’ll petition court for covenant relief
A 62-year land covenant tied to the Asherwood estate and surrounding properties in Carmel is creating difficulties for developers of a proposed 40-home luxury neighborhood because it calls for front-yard setbacks of at least 75 feet.Read More
KAR Global invests millions in Israel-based artificial intelligence company
The strategic investment creates a partnership between the two companies that is expected to bring KAR customers a new slate of automated vehicle inspection products.Read More
The Carmel Board of Zoning Appeals on Monday denied the request that would’ve allowed for the continued operation of the tavern in a primarily residential neighborhood.
The Greenwood theater will be the first Regal location in the state to reopen, followed by other locations in weeks to come. Regal closed its theaters last year because of the pandemic.
Patrick and Beth Aasen, who founded the restaurant at 9 W. Main St. in late 2010 with their son, Carmel City Council member Adam Aasen, said they plan to retire after 40 years in the restaurant business.
Washington Prime Group, a Simon Property Group spinoff that owns several other local shopping centers, barely missed defaulting on a $23.2 million interest payment this week before securing a forbearance agreement that ends on March 31.
Turner Woodard, the former majority owner of the Stutz Business and Arts Center in downtown Indianapolis, has purchased the former Rich’s Home Furnishings showroom in Carmel to redevelop as the first in a series of three new projects in the northern suburb.
The redevelopment of the former Greenwood Middle School site would bring hundreds of residential units, plus restaurants, retailers and a public parking garage to the city’s downtown.
Some councilors have concerns about what the bonds would be spent on—including public art—while others worry the city’s plans to acquire more properties would harm small businesses.
Estridge, 63, said a recent lung transplant, along with other factors, convinced him now was the right time to step away from his company after nearly 40 years in the business.
A council member’s investigation into the Hotel Carmichael’s cost overruns and a city employee’s complaint hit a roadblock, so she’s co-sponsoring two proposed ordinances intended to provide guidance related to the council’s investigatory powers.
What once was a deteriorating Party Time Rental warehouse and an Arby’s has been transformed into a ritzy residential and commercial block.
Indie Asset Partners customers are upset that the hedge fund, which was supposed to spread out funds to dozens of money managers, instead concentrated the money with a single manager whose performance tanked early last year.
Insurance giant Progressive is purchasing Protective in a stock deal worth $338 million. Protective, known as Baldwin & Lyons Insurance until 2018, is the Indianapolis-area’s 12th largest public company in terms of annual revenue.
The company behind the BoomBozz pizzeria chain is suing the its former franchisees in Carmel and Fishers for allegedly using the company’s recipes and other trade secrets to open Crafters Pizza and Draft House in Carmel.
Carmel-based Heartland Consumer Products says Speedway offers knockoff sweetener in packets that are too similar to Splenda’s packaging, which could confuse customers.
Luis Orbegoso, 50, joins Allegion from American Residential Services. He’ll be based in Allegion’s Carmel office and oversee the security-products company’s operations in the Americas.
The benefits administrator, DirectPath LLC, offers a variety of technology-driven services for employees and employers.
A veteran of a specialty auto-industry sector called floor-plan financing has launched a lending company that promises independent car dealers funding wherever they buy vehicles.
Green District plans to take over the space on the southwest corner of Monument Circle that was previously occupied by Au Bon Pain.
A proposed rezone of the property at 211 1st St. SW in Carmel’s Midtown will be introduced at Monday night’s Carmel City Council meeting.