J.C. Hart Co.’s proposed $32 million luxury apartment complex is expected to generate property taxes that would help pay off the bonds.
How Grand Park salvaged the pandemic-riddled 2020 baseball season
William Knox has been in the sports industry for more than two decades, but nothing he’s experienced was comparable to the challenges he faced this year as director of the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield.Read More
Fletcher Place eatery Repeal to close, making way for distillery, pizzeria
Neighboring 1205 Distillery plans to take over the space along with Greek’s Pizzeria, creating a combination tasting room and restaurant.Read More
Oregon-based drive-thru coffee chain coming to Indy market
The Human Bean, which opened its first shop in 1998, is coming to Westfield. The local franchisee said he’s scouting Hamilton County for more sites. Also this week: Noble Roman’s, Big Woods and more.Read More
Westfield City Council OKs broader look into Grand Park’s finances
Two resolutions approved Monday by the Westfield City Council call for a more thorough probe of Grand Park’s finances after a council member alleged one of the park’s contractors had diverted $470,000 away from the city.Read More
The Westfield City Council made no formal votes Monday night regarding the proposed Somerset development by Silverthorne Homes, Patch Development’s proposed concrete production facility or the potential for signalized crosswalk where the Monon Trail meets 161st Street.
A state-level review of Westfield’s 2018 finances found city officials failed to comply with state laws and guidelines when they entered into an informal agreement with Bullpen Tournaments.
The highly rated restaurant, which opened in a century-old barn more than six years ago, plans to close for good on Nov. 1.
The company is slowing its rollout of ambitious commercial projects while turning to residential development as a way to support those signature endeavors.
The Westfield City Council approved issuing a $5 million general obligation bond for a new roundabout, new police vehicles, a fire truck, public safety equipment and early-stage investments in a roundabout and two road reconstruction projects.
Residential builders Drees Homes and Epcon Communities presented plans to the Westfield City Council on Monday for three different developments in the city.
Consultants from three different firms on Tuesday conducted a special presentation for the Westfield City Council about their investigation into the city’s finances and operations.
Steve Latour, former chief housing officer for the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity’s national housing corporation, will take over the Westfield Chamber of Commerce’s top position starting Sept. 8.
Carmel-based SEP and Indianapolis-based developer Pure Development Inc. are partnering to build the 70,200-square-foot facility in Westfield by the end of next year.
The move by Mayor Andy Cook follows a controversy in July over contracts for Grand Park Sports Campus and his veto of a city council resolution for review and approval of all Grand Parks contracts.
Mayor Andy Cook passively vetoed a Westfield City Council-approved resolution Thursday by not signing the measure, meaning proposed additional oversight of Grand Park’s contracts will not take effect unless the resolution is approved a second time by the council.
The Westfield City Council on Monday eliminated Grand Park admission fees for city residents and imposed new oversight of park contracts after a council member alleged the group in charge of baseball operations had diverted almost a half-million dollars from the city.
Henke Development Group plans to sell Arbor Homes a part of its over 800-acre Chatham Hills development in Westfield so that it may be developed as a separate neighborhood called Monon Corner.
The project, called Spring Mill Centre, aims to bring retail, industrial and office space—and possibly an assisted-living center for seniors—to the site.
An $18 million apartment-and-retail project proposed near U.S. 31 and Main Street was turned down Monday night after Westfield City Council members debated whether a petition for the project should even be considered.
Employee-owned SEP, one of the largest software development firms in the Indianapolis area, says it’s building a “forever home” that will more than double its current footprint.