The desire to connect with people who are passionate about anything with wheels and a motor led entrepreneur Jay Farmer to open Motor District Garage Condos in Westfield.
Fishers breaks ground on $8.8 million development near Nickel Plate Trail
The Techway project includes a new two-story regional headquarters for Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. and the rehabilitation of an existing single-story office building for Rebar Development.Read More
Carmel reviews expansion plans for The GOAT more than year after closure
Owners of the tavern, which was plagued by complaints about noise and public indecency after it opened in 2020, are seeking to add 2,940 square feet to the existing 2,300-square-foot building before reopening the business.Read More
Lennar Homes planning 53 townhouses at Fishers Marketplace
The three-story townhouses at Marketplace Towns would range from 1,700 to 2,200 square feet with an average cost of $400,000.Read More
Proposed developments could mean more than 150 new homes in Carmel
Indianapolis-based Onyx+East LLC, Carmel-based Pittman Partners Inc. and Carmel-based Estridge Development Management LLC are proposing new neighborhoods in Carmel.Read More
Museum officials said the new capital projects will provide a “more complete and more inclusive” look at history.
Two mixed-use buildings—the Wren and Windsor—under construction this summer are the final pieces of the $300 million development that created a new core for Carmel.
The Rev would include 36 condominiums ranging from $600,000 to $1 million, 23,000-square-feet of commercial and office space, and a parking garage.
Plans call for the apartments to be constructed at the northwest corner of 96th Street and Allisonville Road as part of a larger, $96 million development.
Plans call for the Springwater development to have 90 residences that will include 32 townhouses, 25 traditional single-family homes and 33 large single-family homes.
The Hy-Vee grocery chain, which already announced plans to build a supermarket in Zionsville, also is planning a store in Fishers, the grocer confirmed Tuesday.
The city of Westfield on Monday released the results of two appraisals that will be used when it considers a deal with companies interested in owning or operating Grand Park Sports Campus.
Municipal employees will leave City Hall on Friday for the final time. The 31-year-old building will be demolished this fall so construction can begin on the $22.8 million Fishers Arts & Municipal Complex.
The project would include a 43,000-square-foot, three-story mixed-use building at the intersection of South Rangeline Road and 1st Avenue Southeast.
The new phase would include 48 rental units and seven penthouse condominiums, 16,000 square feet of ground-floor space for restaurant and office uses, and a 120-vehicle multi-level parking garage.
El Camino Real Restaurant in Noblesville plans to go out of business at the end of the month ahead of the Reimagine Pleasant Street expansion project, the owners announced Monday in a social media post.
Jeff Horner served as chief of the Carmel Police Department for about seven months before handing in his resignation from the position. Several hours after announcing the resignation, Carmel announced Horner would remain with the police force in another position.
Companies interested in buying or operating Grand Park Sports Campus will now have until Aug. 8 to submit proposals.
The five-story hotel would be the first Tempo by Hilton in Indiana It would be located behind Kona Grill and open in spring 2024.
Indianapolis’ north suburbs are gaining yet another chicken tenders restaurant, but are losing a food-delivery service and a combination bookstore and bar.
An external investigation revealed multiple allegations against Deputy Chief Joe Bickel, including claims that he groped or kissed female employees.
Slim Chickens, which offers a menu that includes chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and waffles, and salads, has about 150 restaurants in at least 29 states, plus the United Kingdom and Kuwait.
After a primary race decided by a dozen votes, Republican Fred Glynn will face Democratic candidate Victoria Garcia Wilburn in November.
A 151-year-old business that helps Indiana’s music students improve their craft is on the move to Fishers after spending the past 33 years headquartered in Indianapolis.