Even though rezoning for the proposed 290-home Grantham neighborhood on the east side of Fishers was denied this week, a new version of the project might be built anyway, the developer said.
Noblesville planning to partner on $52.8 million redevelopment of former Marsh site
Indianapolis-based Cityscape Residential LLC is working with Noblesville to develop an apartment and office complex on the west side of the White River, along River Road and State Road 32.Read More
Oregon-based drive-thru coffee chain coming to Indy market
The Human Bean, which opened its first shop in 1998, is coming to Westfield. The local franchisee said he’s scouting Hamilton County for more sites. Also this week: Noble Roman’s, Big Woods and more.Read More
Republican Sen. Jim Merritt, who has represented Senate District 31 for three decades, announced earlier this month that he plans to resign Nov. 4. He has two years left on his term.
Fishers City Council members weren’t immediately convinced by the large number of proposed rental units in the plan and the developers’ request for $6.1 million in tax increment financing, so a majority voted to reconsider the proposal in 30 days.
The city intentionally took down its website Friday morning after an apparent hack, according to a city spokesman.
Indianapolis-based Cityscape Residential’s plans to ask the city for an $8 million TIF bond to help support its 287-unit luxury apartment complex. The project is also slated to feature a potential three-story, 30,000-square-foot office building.
Residential builders Drees Homes and Epcon Communities presented plans to the Westfield City Council on Monday for three different developments in the city.
KAR Global plans to expand upon the online automotive auction services it provides through TradeRev by acquiring BacklotCars’ longer-term online auctions, which allow dealers to bid on cars over the course of several days.
Consultants from three different firms on Tuesday conducted a special presentation for the Westfield City Council about their investigation into the city’s finances and operations.
Ohio-based Republic Development and Carmel-based J.C. Hart have entered into an agreement with Hamilton County to buy a parking lot and develop a 226-unit apartment building with retail space and a 350-space parking garage.
The 110,000-square-foot hotel is situated between the Monon Trail and Veterans Way in Carmel, just south of City Center Drive.
Steve Latour, former chief housing officer for the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity’s national housing corporation, will take over the Westfield Chamber of Commerce’s top position starting Sept. 8.
Carmel-based SEP and Indianapolis-based developer Pure Development Inc. are partnering to build the 70,200-square-foot facility in Westfield by the end of next year.
The Carmel Plan Commission sent a proposed Old Meridian District apartment project to a committee for further review. It also forwarded an age-restricted neighborhood at Keystone Parkway and 136th Street to the city council with a favorable recommendation.
The company also plans to open a location in Broad Ripple next year, but the opening date for a previously announced 86th Street location is uncertain.
In the 2000s, Centre Properties envisioned building a $500 million project called RiverPlace near 96th Street and Allisonville Road. Another developer just acquired the land but says its plans aren’t clear yet.
Hamilton Southeastern Schools received favorable recommendations from the Noblesville Plan Commission to rezone a 40-acre parcel at the northwest corner of East 156th Street and Boden Road, but the property still needs to be annexed into the city.
The lawsuit, filed this month filed by the cities of Indianapolis, Fishers, Valparaiso and Evansville, argues that major video streaming services must pay a 5% franchise fee of gross revenue to the localities where their customers reside.
The ambitious project, designed by Indianapolis-based Browning Day and projected to be completed in 2040, will provide the first public access point on the 77-year-old, 1,900-acre reservoir.
Stein Mart is a discount retailer that runs 281 stores in 30 states, including four in the Indianapolis area.