The design team announced Wednesday will be led by Stuttgart, Germany-based engineering firm Schlaich Bergermann Partner, or SBP, in collaboration with New York City-based Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, or PAU, and seven other firms.
Bill making tech parks eligible for more tax revenue heads to governor
A bill that would allow Indiana tech parks to capture a larger share of tax revenue is poised to become law after the Senate voted unanimously Monday to advance the legislation to the governor’s office.Read More
Wabash River could be solution to Boone County’s development needs
To meet the water demands of an innovation district planned for just north of Lebanon, state officials are exploring the idea of tapping into the Wabash aquifer in Tippecanoe County.Read More
Design for 16 Tech’s ‘centerpiece’ bridge called first of its kind
Officials at 16 Tech on Wednesday unveiled a bridge design that they say is both pedestrian-friendly and architecturally unique. The overall project, which includes the bridge and related road work, has an estimated $20 million-plus price tag.Read More
Seventeen of the state’s 23 tech parks have either hit or soon will hit the cap on the amount of tax revenue they can capture—and the people who run the sites say that puts all their progress at risk.
The 16 Tech Community Investment Fund is seeded with $3 million and plans to issue up to $1 million in grants in 2020.
The intent is to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem, filled with services and amenities that would make it easy for Purdue graduates and faculty to pursue their careers or start businesses in West Lafayette.
Netfor, which already has 119 Indiana employees, said it has begun hiring for positions in sales, customer service, cloud support and field operations.
Lenovo will change how it sells laptop computers as part of a settlement reached with federal officials and 32 states, including Indiana.
City leaders want to make the 60-acre tract of land just north of the Indiana University School of Medicine campus a mix of all of the best the city has to offer and catch the eyes of more creative and highly sought-after workers.
The envisioned 26-acre, $200-million-or-more complex would bridge IU’s School of Medicine with the city’s life sciences firms, including those at the nascent 16 Tech, a business park.
For a city feverishly growing its technology and life sciences sectors, it seemed a bit anticlimactic last January when
Purdue University dedicated its new technology center with only one tenant. But the lone tenant in the $12.8
million complex, FlamencoNets, a high-tech telecommunications firm, is about to get some company.