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The radiopharmaceutical developer and manufacturer is the latest in a string of life sciences firms that have announced plans to grow operations in Fishers.
As the downtown office market enters a post-pandemic period of volatility, the owner of the 213,600-square-foot building on Monument Circle is studying the cost of renovations to make it more alluring to would-be tenants.
The project agreement offers Italy-based Stevanato Group a 15-year tax abatement, a $2.4 million commercial property grant and nearly 36 acres the city plans to buy at 126th Street and Cumberland Road.
Much of the money is earmarked to acquire a 75-acre property for a life sciences business park that will be anchored by Stevanato Group’s planned $145 million pharmaceutical manufacturing facility.
Stevanato Group, a producer of syringes, vials and glass containers, announced Wednesday it will spend $145 million to build and equip a 370,000-square-foot facility in Fishers.
Daechang, which makes seating components for Kia, Hyundai and Subaru, established its North American headquarters in Indianapolis in 2017. The Franklin facility would be its second local site.
Brad Chambers said he believes a “reevaluation of what the marketplace is doing” by the Indiana Economic Development Corp. will be a good thing—and a natural move for any agency or company when it changes leadership.
Ludo Fact USA LLC announced plans Tuesday to boost operations in Lafayette, adding up to 114 workers by the end of 2024.
The company, which stands to receive more than $6 million in state and local incentives, said it could expand its investment in central Indiana to $490 million and its hiring plans to 425 by 2025.
President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan calls for investments in industries such as electric vehicles and semiconductors. Critics say the plan gives the government too much involvement in decisions better made by the private sector.
Foxconn originally proposed a 20 million-square-foot manufacturing campus that would have been the largest investment in U.S. history for a new location by a foreign-based company, but those plans have been downsized significantly.
BCA Environmental Consultants LLC is one of many firms that helps local governments and businesses figure out how to clean up messes, commonly called “brownfields.”
Indianapolis-based Electrical Repair & Maintenance Co. Inc.—better known as ERMCO—unveiled plans Tuesday afternoon to build a headquarters in Greenwood where it will employ 170 workers.
Unlike many other states, Indiana has its fiscal house in order so this federal money is a rare opportunity for thoughtful new investment.