A judge has ordered Save the Nickel Plate to pay the city of Fishers’ attorney fees and court costs in a legal case that has turned political.
Crew Carwash and the city of Fishers announced Friday morning that the company will build a corporate headquarters and a carwash not far from the controversial location where Crew previously had wanted to build a carwash. Crew plans to spend at least $10 million on the project.
The mayor and his backers see the city’s transformation as a resounding success. But some residents say it’s been too much, too fast, and has left parts of their community almost unrecognizable.
The iconic Fishers restaurant known for its giant pork tenderloin sandwiches and its historic downtown building is set to close later this month after 28 years in operation.
American Resources Corp., formed in 2015, specializes in buying distressed coal assets from struggling or bankrupt coal operators.
Sahm’s Restaurant Group focuses on filling underserved niches, making its customers happy with unpretentious food, and building deep connections with the neighborhoods in which it operates.
Thompson Thrift Retail Group now has firmer plans for developing land adjacent to The Yard at Fishers District as the project moves forward in the zoning process. The plan moved forward in the approval process Wednesday night.
The city of Fishers has released a study that says constructing a trail on the Nickel Plate Railroad corridor would cost at least $20 million more if the development maintained a rail line alongside the trail.
Fishers intends to start construction on the first section of the trail, from 106th Street to 126th Street, later this year.
SteadyServ Technologies LLC, a Fishers-based company identified as one of the most innovative startups on the planet just a few years ago, now is now struggling to survive.
Thompson Thrift Retail Group has plans to purchase a combined 8.6 acres east of The Yard for a development that could include retail, office, townhomes and a boutique hotel.
The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers has fast become an oasis for tech firms big and small, as well as freelancers helping companies turn their ideas about internet-connected devices into products.
The fast-growing firm in the ‘internet of things’ segment has taken on new majority owners for access to more capital and to keep up in the fast-moving industry.
Egis Capital Partners and ABS Capital Partners have taken a majority interest in ClearObject, which has ranked among central Indiana’s fast-growing firms for several years.
The Federal Surface Transportation Board has ruled in favor of a plan by Fishers and Noblesville to convert the Nickel Plate Railroad into a recreational trail, removing the last big legal hurdle faced by the project.
As Fishers charges ahead with converting the Nickel Plate Railroad into a pedestrian pathway, the trail through Noblesville doesn’t seem to be gaining that same traction.