Brown Capital Group and Strategic Capital Partners previously partnered to develop Greenview Apartments, a 216-unit development adjacent to the future site of The Grove.
Scooter’s Coffee to add distribution center in Whitestown
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Developer Milhaus’ latest plan for the first phase of Maurer Commons details a $64 million mixed-use development with a 125-room hotel, a 228-unit apartment complex and 75 for-rent town houses. Residents want a more recreation-focused plan.
With less than a month to go before they take office Jan. 1, the five members of Whitestown’s next town council—three new councilors and two who will start their first full terms—are preparing to get to work in Indiana’s fastest-growing community.
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.
Plans call for the business to feature a 45,000-square-foot store with a food court, gift shop, convenience store and restrooms; 80 gas pumps; and 15 to 20 electric vehicle charging stations.
The decision comes one year after McLaren said it would spend $25 million to build a 97,000-square-foot facility in Whitestown to house its Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar team, workshops and a training center.
Town officials plan to break ground on the $20 million aquatic facility in late 2023. The facility is expected to open in 2025.
The Maddox would include 11 residential buildings on about 33 acres near the intersection of East Whitestown Parkway and Cardinal Lane in Whitestown.
Kuehne+Nagel Inc. said in a notice to the state that it will cease operations with Rockwell Automation when the contract between the companies terminates May 10.
The 160,000-square-foot facility was completed earlier this year. Novo Logistics said the warehouse will strengthen the company’s link between its existing hubs on the coasts.
With the county experiencing the second-highest growth rate in Indiana, builders and apartment developers have not been able to meet the increasing demand for affordable and workforce housing.
The apparel company founded in China is pushing to get its ultra-low priced merchandise on doorsteps more quickly by opening more North American distribution centers, including a major hub in Whitestown.
The China-based company said it plans to construct a second, 550,000-square-foot warehouse on its Boone County campus, doubling employment to about 1,400 by the end of 2025.
Ellis Acres would be built on 10 acres on the southwest side of the intersection of County Road 750 South and Indianapolis Road near the interchange of Interstates 65 and 865.
ITS Logistics LLC plans to expand its Midwest headquarters in Whitestown by 1.4 million square feet, growing its campus to more than 2 million square feet with 350 employees by 2024.
Indianapolis-based Langham Logistics is set to open a 150,000-square-foot warehouse in Whitestown to serve pharmaceutical and biotech companies—and their suppliers—who need cold storage, meaning anything from chilled space to ultra-low-temperature freezers.
Company officials said the project will allow Arrow McLaren SP—its IndyCar operation—to run three full-time entries in the IndyCar series in 2023
About three years after first breaking ground, Indianapolis-based Strategic Capital Partners LLC has already brought to market about two-thirds of the 80-acre project, known as 65Commerce Park.
To help support blue-collar workers, Meadows on Main will be income-restricted and serve individuals and families generally making 40% to 70% of the area’s median income.
Indianapolis-based Langham Logistics said the facility will be dedicated to pharmaceutical, vaccine and biologics manufacturing and distribution clients.