Students in the Hamilton Southeastern School District in Fishers will have a chance to take an alternative approach to their high school education this fall.
Plans forming for public-private river education center at Conner Prairie
Visit Hamilton County launched a feasibility study Thursday to determine the best way to align the county’s River Road Park, Carmel’s River Heritage Park and Conner Prairie as a river-centric district.Read More
Shake Shack to open Fishers restaurant, looking in downtown Indianapolis
With a restaurant already in the works at Indianapolis International Airport, Shake Shack also is paving the way for a Fishers location and is in the hunt for spot in downtown Indianapolis.Read More
Sullivan’s Hardware buys Fishers garden-and-home center for $5M, plots growth
After more than 40 years as the nursery’s founder and owner, Jeff Gatewood decided last fall to retire and put his five-acre business at 11405 Allisonville Road up for sale.Read More
Saladworks to launch aggressive Indiana franchising strategy with Westfield store
The CEO of a fast-casual restaurant that offers customizable salads said there’s potential for 20 franchised locations in central Indiana.Read More
Fishers-based Sahm’s Restaurant Group has teamed up with OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc. and the not-for-profit food relief organization Second Helpings to launch a meal-preparation operation.
The shop, which will sell handmade items from artisans in the United States and abroad, is taking the space formerly occupied by the gift shop Pumkinfish. Also this week: MAC Cosmetics, Burlington Stores, Aldi.
Pulte Homes of Indiana LLC is seeking zoning approval to build 52 single-family homes not far from Ironwood Golf Club.
The security firm’s Fishers office will be its first major move outside of its home base in Los Angeles, where most of its 70 employees are located.
Chef Leisha Berg has decided to “step away from the project,” Fishers city officials announced Monday. Berg had planned to run West Coast Nook, featuring California-inspired street food.
Scott Baldwin, president and owner of Indianapolis-based Envoy Inc., announced Monday that he is seeking election in Indiana Senate District 20 to replace Sen. Victoria Spartz, who is considering a run for U.S. Congress.
Florida-based Regency Windsor Capital Inc. is petitioning the city to rezone a 5.33-acre parcel just east of SR 37 and south of 141st Street so it can expand the existing Woods of Britton apartment complex with two new buildings.
The lion’s share of Fishers’ recent high-intensity development has taken place at East 116th Street and Interstate 69, but a wave of projects is coming together just to the south.
The land near Interstate 69 and 106th Street had previously been targeted by Sun King Brewing Co. as a location for a major brewery and tasting room.
Strongbox, a commercial development and construction management company, plans to spend $7 million to tear down a quarter of the existing store and then add a second retail building to the site.
The $157 million mixed-use project slated for the Nickel Plate District in Fishers is expected to include a five-story, 116-unit hotel under Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand.
The Fishers City Council gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a 10-year tax abatement for the developers of the Hub & Spoke building and approved $3.125 million in road project bonds.
The funding round included investments from existing investor High Alpha and new investors Elevate Ventures and members of the Ricker family who previously owned the Ricker’s gas station chain.
As part of the move, the company and the city are considering an agreement that will set up a short-distance transportation system using self-driving vehicles in Fishers.
When completed, the 88-acre project, called Citizens Reservoir, will be able to pump up to 30 million gallons a day of captured rainwater into nearby Geist Reservoir.
By the end of the year, Recovery Force plans to seek FDA clearance for the system for hospitals that helps patients regain mobility. Sales could begin in mid-2020.
To incentivize the development, the Fishers City Council on Monday night voted to waive city fees associated with the project for up to 24 months.