The new Central Indiana Regional Development Authority initially would include Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, McCordsville, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville.
Renovation to breathe new life into historic downtown Fishers buildings
A pair of historic buildings along 116th Street near Nickel Plate Station are being saved, but that won’t be the case for two other old buildings in the same block that were determined to be “beyond repair.”Read More
First Internet Bank’s acquisition deal with Georgia bank terminated
First Internet announced in November that it planned to acquire Georgia-based First Century Bank for about $80 million. But when it became necessary to extend the closing date, the parties couldn’t agree on extension terms.Read More
Fishers releases plans for $22.8M Arts & Municipal Complex
Construction on the three-story Fishers Arts & Municipal Complex is expected to begin this fall after the 31-year-old Fishers City Hall is demolished.Read More
Two contested seats in play for Hamilton County Council in May primaries
Four Hamilton County Council races are on the ballot for the May 3 primary, but only two will be contested when voters go to the polls.Read More
In addition, Fishers received $4.5 million and Noblesville acquired $3.1 million in funding through the Next Level Trails program to build portions of the Nickel Plate Trail north of 96th Street.
A family earning $97,920 can afford only 28% of new homes in Hamilton County and 12% of current listings, according to the study.
The founder and CEO of Launch Fishers and the Indiana IoT Lab has announced plans to leave his leadership roles this summer.
The planned expansion of IU Health Saxony—which will be renamed IU Health Fishers—will more than double the number of inpatient beds. It will also add new and expanded services.
The five-story, 116-unit Hotel Nickel Plate, part of Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand, will be built in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
Inspo, a concept by Fishers resident Kelsey Murphy, joins One Trick Pony and Gordito’s at Fishers Test Kitchen.
Abbott Commons would include homes ranging in cost from $325,000 for townhomes to single-family houses for $475,000.
Snakeroot Botanicals, co-owned by Square Cat Vinyl founders Patrick Burtch and Mike Angel, plans to sell plants and herbs and other products in Hamilton County.
The firm is in the midst of construction for its $145 million, 370,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Fishers, which began last September.
With financing from Lilly Endowment and support from the Smithsonian Institution, Conner Prairie’s Promised Land as Proving Ground exhibit is expected to be fully open in 2023.
The Indiana Senate passed a watered-down version of the House Republicans’ bill to limit employer vaccine mandates, sending it back to the House where its future is cloudy.
Under the relatively rare model, a bank offers its expertise and capabilities to a fintech, allowing the fintech to provide iservices that require the involvement of a federally regulated and insured institution.
The project from Carmel-based developer CRG Residential would contain 380 apartment units, 66 townhomes for sale and 35,000 square feet of retail space. The firm also would donate 25 acres of land to beef up a recently announced city park along the White River.
Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston said he left the job to focus on his responsibilities at the Legislature. His office said his departure was unrelated to pending legislation.
Torchy’s, which launched as a food trailer in Austin in 2006, opened its first Indiana restaurant last April in Jeffersonville.
Vibenomics, which offers music, advertising and audio messaging for retailers nationwide, says its audio will be heard in the Iowa-based grocery chain’s stores beginning Feb. 15.
The buyer, who is based in Houston, has had multiple restaurants in downtown Indianapolis, including a Mo’s, A Place for Steaks, along with Nook and most recently Pomodoro.