Last year, Hamilton County announced a $45 million plan to extend sewer and water utilities to Bakers Corner. An additional $20 million from the state will allow the county to create a regional utility district.
Developer planning 230 townhouse, apartment units near LEAP district in Lebanon
Paddock Place would bring the number of housing units planned to more than 700 near the future Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus.Read More
Meijer eyes Bargersville property for new grocery store concept
Smaller than the company’s traditional supercenter format, Meijer Grocery stores debuted earlier this year in two Detroit suburbs.Read More
Round of closures claims two suburban O’Charley’s locations
Nation’s Restaurant News reported Tuesday that Nashville-based O’Charley’s decided this month to close 18 underperforming restaurants. Among them were two in the Indianapolis area.Read More
Hard Truth, Mellencamp Whiskey call partnership a ‘no-brainer’
Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co., in partnership with the recently founded Mellencamp Whiskey Co., is releasing a new whiskey collection specifically celebrating and supporting Hoosier farmers.Read More
The 605,000-square-foot redistribution center at 4337 AllPoints Drive will replenish the company’s 10 parts distribution centers across the United States and Canada.
The IEDC has acquired thousands of acres of land in Boone County for the LEAP District, a planned advanced manufacturing and high-tech district in the Lebanon area.
The building, according to designs by Carmel-based Studio M Architecture and Planning LLC, will have a brick and glass facade and include a walkway constructed above 3rd Avenue SW that will connect with the existing bank headquarters.
Liquor superstore Total Wine & More is taking over 28,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by a Bed Bath & Beyond housewares retailer.
The Carmel Clay Historical Society broke ground in June on the 10,000-square-foot museum at the southwest corner of First Street SW and Monon Boulevard, along the border between Midtown and the Arts & Design District.
Without more water, Cicero could be left out as development accelerates north along the U.S. 31 corridor.
Gabe Nelson, planning director for the city, said public input will play a major role in the creation of the plan, which aims to ensure Greenwood remains attractive to existing residents and businesses, while creating opportunities to attract new ones.
It’s turnaround time at Riverview Health, the small, 114-year-old hospital system owned by Hamilton County, which is trying to deal with competition from larger health care systems.
Fischer Farms will use the funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to expand its own environmentally friendly initiatives and help other farmers adopt regenerative farming practices.
The newest of Columbus’ mid-century modernist buildings were built in the 1970s, meaning some of the city’s notable landmarks need expensive repairs.
Christmas Tree Shops Inc. is expected to close all 82 of its stores after failing to save itself through bankruptcy.
The New Jersey-based company has announced two large rounds of layoffs at its Bloomington plant within six months—400 workers last December and 150 this month.
Carpenter Nature Preserve, along Eagle Creek on the southwest side of the intersection of North Michigan Road and State Road 32, will be developed in multiple phases.
By the time it’s expected to come online in 2026, a Wabash Valley Resources fertilizer plant will be able to capture and store up to 1.65 million tons of carbon dioxide annually.
A $65 million, three-phase expansion project begins this summer that will modernize the 40-acre site in Noblesville and enable it to host a wider variety of programming throughout the year.
Numerous retailers, restaurants and other businesses have recently opened or are planning new locations in the north suburbs of Indianapolis. Here’s a rundown.
From a base in West Lafayette at the Purdue Research Park, the company’s scientists are racing to create environmentally friendly, food-insecurity-fighting crops through special genetic technology.