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.
Union Row would target young professionals and empty nesters. Also: Cone + Crumb, Cake Bake Shop, Chuy’s Tex Mex, X-Golf, CycleBar and more.
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.
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.
Meanwhile, in terms of sheer numbers, three Hamilton County cities were among the top five Indiana communities in adding residents last year.
The plaza adjacent to the expanded Monon Greenway is designed as a playground for adults and kids. Also this week: Plans for a new Little League Central Region headquarters move ahead in Whitestown; PTS Diagnostics opens its new HQ.
Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry, the only Boone County mayor who faced a primary challenge, beat two opponents to take the party’s nomination for the November election.
Old Town Design Group, J.C. Hart and Browning Investments will build the massive development’s residential components, including luxury apartments, condos, townhouses and single-family homes.
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness has spent $187,000 since Jan. 1 on his re-election campaign, while Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard has shelled out more than $250,000.
A proposal to open a $70 million sports complex in Fishers is officially dead after a years-long effort to make the project a reality.
All polling places previously located in schools have been moved to churches or neighborhood clubhouses in the district. Hamilton Southeastern Schools asked that polls in school buildings be moved due to security concerns.
The extra funding will enable the city to repave an additional 10 miles of roadway.
Nashville-based Logan’s Roadhouse plans to open a restaurant in Lebanon.
The Fishers-based company had planned to build the city’s first Crew Carwash at 116th Street and Cumberland Road, but zoning restrictions prohibited it.