Stonegate Mortgage Corp. will move its growing operation to Indianapolis in the next few months after a deal to expand in Fishers fell through.
Fort Wayne officials are working to persuade Navistar to keep its truck design center with more than 800 workers in the city
after the company dropped plans to move its operations to a Chicago suburb.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis soon will move its office from Monument Circle to a smaller space on Pennsylvania
Street with an adjacent gallery. The move is symbolic of the council’s ongoing reinvention, as well as the financial
reality driving that effort.
Gleaners Food Bank is set to announce Wednesday that it is relocating to the former Monarch Beverage Co. warehouse on the
southwest side of Indianapolis, and it hopes to raise $11.6 million for the move.
Indianapolis-based Vortek Surgical LLC will relocate to Brownsburg, expanding its headquarters, manufacturing and distribution
operations and creating more than 60 jobs in the next three years.
Strip-center owner and developer Sandor Development Co. is moving its headquarters to Hamilton County after almost 50 years
Indianapolis is on the verge of losing one of its most prominent public companies. The Steak n Shake Co. is planning to
change its name to Biglari Holdings Inc. and move its headquarters to San Antonio. The Steak n Shake restaurant chain would retain a presence in Indianapolis.
Thanks partly to a state grant and support from Indiana’s BioCrossroads life sciences initiative, principals “decided
locating here would give Aarden a better chance of success.
The National Storytelling Network will consider Indianapolis, along with eight other cities, as it looks to move its headquarters
from Jonesborough, Tenn.
Indianapolis-based information technology consultant Apparatus Inc. plans to expand its local operations and create up to
130 jobs by 2012, the company announced this morning.
I have to comment regarding the latest articles [in the Nov. 10 issue] regarding the redevelopment of Speedway. While the articles were written very well and gave the impression that this redevelopment is a must for the community, I do not remember reading anything regarding the businesses that will be lost or the people who […]
Wireless-device distributor Brightpoint Inc. is moving its headquarters from Plainfield to northwest Indianapolis, near
where it was founded almost 20 years ago. The company, which has about 65 headquarters employees and about
1,000 workers in Indiana, plans to share a new building with software developer Interactive Intelligence
Inc. and engineering firm Woolpert Inc. along Interstate 465 north of West 71st Street.
Two giants of local business are preparing to slug it out in court over a soured sublease deal. Marsh Supermarkets filed
suit in Hamilton County this month to enforce a deal with Swiss pharmaceutical and medical-equipment powerhouse
Roche to sublease the grocer’s entire 148,000-square-foot headquarters in Fishers. The deal, worth more
than $47 million over 18 years, is one of the largest of its kind in central Indiana in years.