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.
An investor group had been pressuring Genesco Inc. to sell some of its holdings, but says it’s not happy that Zionsville-based Lids is the unit Genesco wants to divest. Meanwhile, analysts have mixed opinions about the possible sale.
She has listed the historic church building since 2015, originally for $1.85 million, but has dropped the asking price to $1.59 million as she finishes a second round of renovations.
Redeveloping the Zionsville course—consistently ranked among the best in the country—could include 360 single-family homes and 200 multi-family housing units.
Both companies are expected to receive economic development incentives from the city of Zionsville and the state.
CSM Sport & Entertainment General Manager Ashlee Huffman called 2017 “challenging.”
It certainly was eventful.
The Flying Cupcake creators set up shop in Zionsville.
Zionsville and Plainfield are still in contention to land Little League International’s Central Region headquarters, but Westfield has apparently struck out.
The mismatched identities causes problems, especially for businesses, because ZIP codes determine the city used in an address.
A media group that owns more than a dozen newspapers in Indiana—including publications in Zionsville, Avon, Lebanon and Anderson—has announced it is merging with a company with dozens of TV and radio stations.
Zionsville-based Lids Sports Group posted disappointing sales in its second quarter, mirroring recent results from other athletic apparel retailers. Its parent company is trying to dampen expectations for the overall firm.
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After battling the town of Zionsville for more than 10 years, Walmart has decided it won’t build a store on Michigan Road after all.
CEO David Baxter, who was hired in May 2016, is aiming to marry the best of online retailing with brick-and-mortar stores, to lift the company’s profit margin to where it was five years ago.