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.
Nevada logistics firm to enter market with Whitestown warehouse
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.Read More
Shein’s U.S. expansion starts with distribution center in Indiana
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.Read More
Fashion retailer Shein already expanding in Boone County
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.Read More
Nevada-based logistics firm plans $28M Midwest HQ expansion in Whitestown
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.Read More
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.
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.
Emmis Communications Corp. says the signal’s towers in Whitestown will be dismantled to make way for development.
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library is planning to build an estimated 23,000-square-foot branch on 11 acres gifted by Whitestown that will offer additional community meeting spaces and programming.
Lafayette-based IG Development has submitted conceptual plans to redevelop roughly 27 acres of the Emmis Communications radio tower and transmission property in Whitestown with 408 apartments.
The Home Depot plans to invest $1 million in the project and create 18 jobs by the end of the year, with those jobs paying a minimum wage of $13.41 per hour.
A logistics company affiliated with online retailer Shein plans to open a distribution center in Whitestown that will employ up to 500 full-time workers, the city announced Wednesday night.
A local developer and a Missouri-based startup view a former junkyard as a proving ground—for young athletes, and also for the firms’ goal to build a network of youth-sports developments.
In 2019, Whitestown was one of several suburban communities that received state approval to implement a 1% food and beverage tax, but it didn’t immediately impose it.
Milhaus and Homefield are partnering to redevelop roughly 100 acres with a fieldhouse, water park, hotel, apartments, offices, commercial space and more. Whitestown officials might consider a new food and beverage tax to help fund the massive project.
Already, one developer—Steve Braun, a former tech entrepreneur, state lawmaker and commissioner of the state’s Department of Workforce Development—is taking advantage.
Chicago-based JLL Income Property Trust closed on the purchase of the 440,000-square-foot and 280,000-square-foot buildings on Dec. 11.
A not-for-profit that helps adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities live in homes of their own is planning to develop the neighborhood on one of three sites in Whitestown.
The Idaho-based veterinary and agricultural animal health products supplier plans to spend $5.8 million to expand its local operations.