The commercial openings are part of the $1 billion Anson development, led by Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp.
A food-packaging maker and one of the world’s largest bearing manufacturers have plans to spend more than $22 million and lease more than 400,000 square feet of space in Boone County if tax incentives are approved.
Online auto retailer Vroom, which planned to hire more than 200 workers in central Indiana, has closed the massive fulfillment center it opened in Whitestown just more than two years ago.
After years of dreaming and planning, the pair opened the brewery in January in the historic Whitestown High School gym.
Plans from the two Indianapolis-area firms call for more than 2 million square feet of space in a development encompassing 170 acres.
The mismatched identities causes problems, especially for businesses, because ZIP codes determine the city used in an address.
The project, which could include nearly 1 million square feet of higher-end retail, would be developed by locally based Gershman Partners.
Amazon’s announcement last week that its future second headquarters will create 50,000 new jobs with an average annual compensation of $100,000 have cities across the country clamoring to submit bids. But there’s a short timetable, with proposals due Oct. 19.
Ten industrial buildings have been completed within the past 24 months, another three are under construction, and four projects are in the process of getting started.
Seattle-based running gear retailer Brooks Sports Inc. is considering opening a major distribution warehouse in Whitestown that could generate more than 100 new jobs.
In a lawsuit filed in Marion Superior Court, Whitestown is suing the wastewater division of Citizens Energy Group for breach of contract and is seeking a refund for connection fees.
The Shoppes at Whitestown would be located on 33 acres within the Anson development with room for about 20 retailers and seven outlots. It could open by fall 2018.
Facility Concepts Inc., one the country’s largest commercial furniture makers, plans to move its headquarters and 117 jobs to a $10 million development in AllPoints at Anson by Duke Realty and Browning Investments.
The company, which expects to nearly double its current employee count, began renovations to its facilities in late 2016 and could begin operations this month.
The Boone County town has a population about a quarter the size of neighbor Zionsville, but new single-family housing permits filed for Whitestown have outpaced Zionsville’s since 2014.
A company that sold more than 160,000 trucks last year intends to spend $12.35 million to lease and equip a 283,500-square-foot facility for sending parts across the Midwest.
Traders Point Christian Church has acquired a 104-year-old building at the corner of 12th and Delaware streets and plans to spend $2 million to renovate it.
AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp. plans to have 120 full-time employees at the facility by the end of next year.
Police say Gary Ogle, 69, and Robert Fersch, 68, defrauded customers and subcontractors in Hendricks, Marion, Boone and Hamilton counties of $1.2 million.
A ruling from the Indiana Court of Appeals will allow 622 acres of unincorporated Perry Township to be absorbed into Whitestown after the Indiana Supreme Court declined to hear the case.