The shop is owned by a three-woman team that offers full interior design services in addition to less expensive in-home consultations and design boards.
Former Stutz owner plans redevelopment of three Carmel properties
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.Read More
Fry’s Electronics closes all stores, including Fishers location
The 180,000-square-foot Fishers store originally housed Incredible Universe, a media and electronics superstore owned by Radio Shack parent Tandy Corp. Fry’s took over the building in 2005.Read More
Proposed parking garage in downtown Noblesville might grow from 4 to 5 floors
County officials said the increasing caseload at local courts justifies building an $11.5 million, five-story garage with an additional 100 spaces.Read More
Auto dealer financing firm in Carmel gets fast start
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.Read More
The Westfield-Washington Public Library’s board voted last week to build its new 45,000-square-foot library near the city’s growing downtown. The board is working on a 3.4-acre purchase agreement for the future site of the $16.7 million project.
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.
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.
M/I Homes of Indiana is requesting the city engage in a land swap that would allow a portion of the 378-home Silo Ridge neighborhood to be built on land currently dedicated to further expanding Finch Creek Park.
Fishers-based Behavior Analysis Center for Autism, which provides therapy to individuals with autism and other related developmental disabilities, has been sold to Baltimore-based Learn Behavioral Partners, the companies announced.
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.
The Villas at Fishers District would bring 210 paired villas and 40 townhomes to the southeast corner of Ikea Way and USA Parkway.
Ultimate Technologies Group announced plans to add 25 employees by the end of next year, thanks to a new contract with an Indiana-based engine manufacturer.
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.
The approval will allow Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development Inc. to develop 11 affordable, for-rent homes at the southwest corner of 141st Street and Cumberland Road.
Nyla’s will offer steak, seafood, burgers and cocktails when it opens May 1 at 211 Park St. in Westfield.
American Resources Corp. is the latest central Indiana firm to jump on the “blank-check company’ bandwagon—forming a shell company that uses public offering proceeds to scoop up an acquisition target.
Carmel-based Old Town Cos. is planning $80 million of residential and commercial development in Westfield’s downtown surrounding the city’s forthcoming Grand Junction Plaza. Updated plans include doubling Union Square and adding new townhouses.
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.
Social media startup Stockteamup has partnered with the philanthropic arm of a hip-hop-inspired snack company to teach financial investing to Black communities.
Indianapolis-based SC Bodner Co. is planning to build and move its headquarters into a $6 million office development along U.S. 31 in Carmel, according to a proposal filed with the city.
The Fishers City Council heard plans Tuesday for a 21-acre residential development and financing plan that would help prevent the closure of the golf course.
Founded in 2008, the Alabama-based fast-casual chain has grown to 181 franchised and company-owned locations in 17 states.
Meyer Najem Construction, which has already started work on the Nickel Plate Trail’s $8.4 million southern approach to downtown Fishers, secured a $3.3 million contract last week to build the trail’s downtown plaza.