Indianapolis-based Onyx+East, Arbor Homes and St. John-based Olthof Homes presented plans to the Noblesville City Council on Tuesday for a slew of new residential projects featuring 129 single-family, 123 townhouses and 62 two-family homes.
Carmel Community Players plans to launch a fundraising campaign next month with the goal of securing $250,000 for the buildout of a planned new community theater on North Meridian Street.
Everbowl, a quick-serve restaurant offering customizable superfood bowls, plans to open its first location in the state near Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville at the end of the year.
Be Well Family Care has more than 100 patients on a waiting list, so owner Swathi Rao plans to build a new facility to triple the functional medicine clinic’s footprint.
Altum’s Garden Center has vacated its longtime site at 11335 N. Michigan Road in Carmel and is planning to open a temporary roadside garden stand next to the Finley Creek Vineyards Event Center in Zionsville next week.
Finney Hospitality Group has secured a 5,500-square-foot space for the watering hole and taco eatery, hoping to capitalize on growing foot traffic on Midtown Plaza.
If Allies Collective chooses Zionsville, and the commission enters into a project agreement, the headquarters could create as many as 150 jobs paying an average of $41 per hour over the next six years.
Patch CEO Pat Chittenden said he’s talking to potential tenants for the estimated $22 million-$27 million project at the northwest corner of Master Road and 96th Street.
The city of Westfield’s latest lawsuit against Clerk-Treasurer Cindy Gossard claims she allowed an unauthorized and unidentified IT professional to access city computers. Gossard claims she did so to investigate suspicious spyware.
Fishers-based Rebar Development received early approval from the McCordsville Town Council this week to execute the first phase of McCord Square, a 48-acre area within the overall master-planned downtown project at Broadway and Mt. Comfort Road.
A discussion of Fishers-based Envoy Inc.’s planned $52 million Highline project included questions about an elected official’s involvement. State Senator Scott Baldwin is Envoy’s CEO and a representative of District 20, which includes Fishers.
Fishers-based development firm Envoy Inc. has plans to build a $52 million project with 280 apartments and 23,400 square feet of commercial space.
Noblesville Schools’ latest proposal in a string of recent capital projects could bring a 12-court varsity tennis facility to the district’s property just north of Noblesville East Middle School.
Maria Caceres, a former employee of Seven Corners Inc., stands accused of defrauding the travel insurer by submitting false claims—the third employee to face such charges within two years in separate cases.
The ongoing labor shortage is exacerbating some central Indiana school systems’ annual struggle to hire bus drivers and forcing some districts to make drastic changes.
International technology and business consulting giant Accenture PLC said Blue Horseshoe’s 349 employees will join Accenture’s Supply Chain & Operations group.
The document criticizes the way the city’s administration and Carmel Redevelopment Commission handled the hotel’s construction and how it announced the project’s $18.5 million in cost overruns.
The Carmel City Council voted Monday to continue its investigation into allegations that former city attorney Doug Haney harassed a city employee without including detailed information from the city’s settlement with the complainant.