Insurance company acquires former Lids HQ in Zionsville for $18.25M
Group One Thousand One LLC, an Indianapolis-based insurance holding company, announced plans Tuesday to expand local operations into the Zionsville building beginning next year.Read More
Hotel Tango to open tasting room near Zionsville’s village
The craft distiller is partnering on the project with Indianapolis-based Jackson Investment Group, which this summer acquired the 10,300-square-foot building where the tasting room will operate.Read More
Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park remains largely empty
Town leaders say development is coming, but has been slow because they’re picky about tenants.Read More
Emily Styron beat Republican Tim Haak, who was running for a second term, by 88 votes in Tuesday’s election. Haak was elected in November 2015 to serve as the town’s first elected mayor.
Kittle’s Furniture has provided seed funding to accelerate retail startup ParkerGwen.com’s growth, the companies announced Monday.
The 2,700-square-foot watering hole and family-friendly eatery is expected to open this fall in a 93-year-old edifice with the moniker Corvus-Black Acre Rotisserie, Taproom and Bourbon Bar.
The Zionsville Town Council voted 4-3 Monday night to reject a 184-unit apartment project proposed just south of the town’s quaint downtown village. A vote on the project ended in a deadlock a month ago.
Several area mayors say they’ve been meeting to discuss regional cooperation—talks that Hogsett has been a part of—but had not signed off on any plan like the one the Indianapolis Democrat proposed. The Hogsett plan would create winners and losers among counties.
Zionsville was platted in 1852—and named for one of its founders, William Zion—about 30 years after white settlers made their way to southwestern Boone County, not far from an area where Miami Indians lived.
But the mixed-use project called Sycamore Flats, filed by Carmel-based J.C. Hart Development, appears to have more momentum than past proposals opponents or local officials rejected.
Three years after moving into a brand new $22 million headquarters building in Zionsville, Lids Sports Group is moving its offices to the northwest side of Indianapolis.
According to the American Headwear Alliance, which represents producers such Zionsville-based Lids and Massachusetts-based ’47 Brand, the vast majority of caps sold in the U.S. are imported from overseas.
Holliday Farms likely will take 10 to 12 years to complete, with its value exceeding $550 million.
Carmel-based Becknell Industrial wants to construct more than 1 million square feet of space in total.
Little League International said it “believes it’s in everyone’s best interest to pursue other options for the development of the Little League Central Region Headquarters.”
Little League International said it might consider sites outside of Zionsville for its new regional headquarters following public criticism of a real estate project associated with the high-profile development. Seventy communities had sought the headquarters before Zionsville was chosen.
A three-building apartment complex could be built on property where Walmart once fought to open a 300,000-square-foot superstore.
Pulte Homes of Indiana has filed plans to develop 78 single-family homes on land adjacent to the proposed site of the new Little League International regional headquarters in Zionsville.
Henke Development Group LLC has requested the rezoning of about 600 acres for a project called Holliday Farms, which would feature a championship golf course, homes, retail buildings and restaurants.
Less than three years after opening in Zionsville, entrepreneurial and co-working center zWorks is on the verge of opening its second facility. And it already has three tenants lined up for the new space.