Keeping its quaint Main Street viable as Zionsville ramps up commercial development elsewhere will require finding just the right mix of retail and service businesses to draw—and keep—customers downtown.
Local franchise owners Terri and Dan Smith acquired two Villaggio Day Spas and plan to reopen them under the Woodhouse name following renovations.
Carmel city councilors say their refusal to rubber stamp a state tax credit application paving the way for a $100 million redevelopment project downtown is the result of fiscal caution, not a rejection of low-income housing in the affluent suburb.
The state’s $600 million overhaul of U.S. 31 in Hamilton County could be a boon to Westfield Washington Schools, which is selling 14 acres of prime property near what will become one of 10 interstate-like interchanges on the highway.
Public funding for arts organizations in Carmel is on hold until City Council members are satisfied with Mayor Jim Brainard’s plans to close a seven-figure budget shortfall.
It remains to be seen whether Fishers’ new rules for mobile businesses will increase food truck traffic in the Hamilton County town—and what impact their arrival could have on established restaurants.
Noblesville voters weigh in next month on a $28 million school referendum that would fund building renovations intended to accommodate a growing student body—and clear the way for Ivy Tech Community College to establish a regional campus in the Hamilton County seat.