A Carmel-based development firm plans to spend $70 million or more to turn agricultural fields in Noblesville into the site of three industrial buildings called Saxony Industrial Center.
Tech firm adding coworking space as part of $27M refresh to former Marsh HQ
Knowledge Services Inc. acquired the five-story building at 9800 Crosspoint Boulevard—west of I-69 and north of 96th Street—in March 2020 for about $9 million.Read More
Two Noblesville businesses plan to spend $11M on new HQ buildings
The city has a preliminary agreement in place with WoodTurningz Inc. and Texon Towel and Supply Co. to abate most of their property taxes over the next eight years if the companies meet hiring goals.Read More
Carmel offers new details on $47M ‘1st on Main’ development
Plans call for the 1st On Main development—previously known as Lot One—to include a four-story office building with first-floor restaurant space and a private rooftop terrace, luxury condominiums, upscale apartment units and a parking garage.Read More
Beck’s Hybrids adds Nebraska to its sales territory
Hamilton County-based seed company Beck’s Hybrids said the marketing expansion increases its total reach to 75 percent of the corn and soybean farmers in the United States.Read More
Genome & Co. announced Thursday morning that it plans to establish a new 110,000-square-foot facility on 15 acres in the new Fishers Life Science & Innovation Park.
The owners of Monterey Coastal Cuisine in Carmel announced plans Tuesday to open a sister restaurant in the Nickel Plate area of Fishers called Tiburon Coastal Cuisine.
Indianapolis-based Langham Logistics said the facility will be dedicated to pharmaceutical, vaccine and biologics manufacturing and distribution clients.
The central Indiana regions will be competing with 12 others from across the state for a chance to land up to $50 million in state money per region. For every $1 awarded by the state, the region must provide $4 in matching funds through public-private partnerships and philanthropic contributions.
Escondido, California-based Carwave, founded in 2009, serves franchised and independent dealers in California and has been expanding into other states, including Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Texas.
The massive hospitality and entertainment district is slated to be anchored by a $25 million multisport venue surrounded by apartments, hotels, medical office buildings, restaurants, stores, senior-living facilities and condos.
Retired from Telamon Corp., Chen founded Telamon Robotics, which sells collaborative robots and helps companies integrate the technology into their operations.
The 6-year-old restaurant and bar in a busy area along 116th Street was one of the top-rated eateries in Fishers, ranking No. 10 out of 151 restaurants in the city that were rated by Tripadvisor.com readers.
The clock is ticking for officials to decide whether they’ll raise local income taxes to pay for a $45 million to $50 million jail expansion and justice center to alleviate overcrowding.
OrthoIndy is planning to expand its presence in Westfield by moving out of its current leased space and building a new $12.5 million facility all its own near State Road 32 and Austrian Pine Way. If approved, it could open to the public next summer.
Fishers City Council Vice President David George tendered his resignation from the council, and a new representative will be caucused into the position to serve the remainder of his term.
Developer Thompson Thrift, which began planning the $110 million development in 2015, sold the property in a deal that brokers said “attracted nationwide investor interest and achieved record-breaking pricing.”
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.
Innovation Mile, as it would be called, aims to bring medical technology, life science innovation, wholesale trade, professional and technical services companies to Noblesville by offering shovel-ready sites and shared amenities.
The owners of The Greatest of All Taverns, known as The GOAT, are trying to rezone their property in Carmel’s Midtown to allow the bar and restaurant to reopen. Now, city staff members are trying to determine a potential suitable zoning designation.
The $200 million headquarters development plan by Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. and Kite Realty Group Trust would result in Republic becoming the largest employer in Carmel.