Mayor Andy Cook announced Tuesday that he has appointed a new leader for the department of community development, which includes the building department and the planning and zoning department. The hiring follows the departure of Matt Skelton.
Square Donuts shops in Indianapolis area shut down
More than half of the Square Donuts shops in Indiana—including two locations in Indianapolis and one in Carmel—have closed because of contract issues, the owner of the parent company confirmed Monday.Read More
Noblesville mayor-elect Jensen views projected population surge as opportunity
But first—Chris Jensen said—the city needs to take steps that will help guide and keep a handle on the coming influx of residents and businesses.Read More
Cunningham Restaurant Group to open Rize restaurant at The Yard in Fishers
The second location of Rize will have twice the space as the original Rize at Ironworks Hotel in Indianapolis.Read More
The five infrastructure projects along State Roads 32 and 38, plus other road improvements, will cost $16 million and take place in two phases.
The massive project, which includes industrial, residential and commercial uses, would take place on largely undeveloped land near the State Road 32/38 split.
The two west-side projects would offer homes priced between $200,000 and $350,000, while the commercial component would restrict uses such as fast-food restaurants and gas stations.
Roundtripper Baseball Academy is expanding its baseball facilities in Westfield and The Peterson Co. plans to build an office and warehouse facility for a Fishers company that plans to relocate.
Industry-wide challenges led Carmel-based Protective Insurance Corp. to a $34.1 million annual loss last year, its biggest in decades.
Union Row would target young professionals and empty nesters. Also: Cone + Crumb, Cake Bake Shop, Chuy’s Tex Mex, X-Golf, CycleBar and more.
Hamilton Circuit Court Judge David Najjar found that attorneys for Fishers spent more than 230 hours defending the city against Save the Nickel Plate in a case he called “frivolous.”
Westfield’s Andy Cook, who ran unopposed in the primary for a fourth term, faces a challenge from Libertarian Donald Rainwater, who previously ran for the District 24 Indiana House seat.
An entrepreneur accused of running a Ponzi scheme to expand a network of luxury event venues was ordered to surrender a chunk of proceeds from the sale of his $2.4 million home while retirees who invested millions of dollars in a proposed facility in Carmel pursue legal claims.
A small group of retirees paid a combined $6.2 million last year for stakes in a proposed event center in Carmel that never was built. The investors claim they were duped in a vast fraud involving financial advisers, a property broker and a bankrupt company called Noah Corp.
The Fishers City Council on Monday night approved a development agreement between the city and Indianapolis-based Scannell Properties, which has 14 residential parcels under contract south of the Nickel Plate District.
If its rezoning request is approved, the aggregate firm would mine and extract on 60 acres of land on Cherry Tree Road and later remake it as a neighborhood aimed at empty nesters.
A 99-room Avid Hotel is proposed for 13300 N. Illinois St. in Carmel, while an 84-room Staybridge Suites Hotel is planned for Westfield.
A Carmel-based developer has reached agreements to acquire 14 homes in a neighborhood along busy 116th Street in Fishers and is planning to redevelop the land.
Engineering and design firm HNTB Corp. says it plans to add about 100 employees in the Indianapolis area over the next several years, and it needs the new office to accommodate some of it growth.
Indianapolis has joined Fishers and Noblesville in a quest to turn the Nickel Plate Railroad into a 17-mile trail connecting the three communities and is seeking millions in state funds to make it happen.