Roundabout - February 2018/March 2018
Northern Hamilton County:
The new snow tubing attraction (photo) Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes opened in December at Strawtown Koteewi Park just west of SR 37 on Strawtown Avenue. Sheridan is celebrating the opening of several new businesses, including Animal Artistry Pet Grooming at 414 S. Main Street and Hawk Self Storage at 521 W. 7th Street.
The City unveiled renderings and the name of the new hotel planned for City Center. It will be called The Carmichael, a mashup of Carmel and Michael Feinstein, artistic director of the adjacent Center for the performing Ars, who will operate a supper club at the hotel.
A Which Wich restaurant is opening at 4335 W. 106th Street. A new Aldi grocery store is slated for construction on the southwest corner of Michigan Road and 106th Street. Vegas Nails & Spa is also planning a new location at 11036 N. Michigan Road.
RevolutionEYES underwent a complete remodel last fall, adding a custom design center to its eye practice at 14250 Clay Terrace Boulevard.
Mobile app developer FatStax LLC at 101 W. 103rd Street is expanding its Carmel office and workforce. Indie Asset Partners is renovating new office space at 10585 N. Meridian Street. MassageLuxe opened its doors in November in The Bridges development at 11529 Spring Mill Road.
Bellacino’s Pizza & Grinders at 12590 N. Meridian Street closed in November after 16 years. Mid America Clinical Laboratories is renovating new office space at 13420 N. Meridian Street.
A Dog Bakery at 816 W. Main Street is operating under new ownership. Invesque, Inc. is moving into the Monon & Main development at 211 W. Main Street. The popular French Lick gallery (photo) Indiana Artisan opened a second location in November in Carmel’s 111 W. Main Street building. A new specialty bakery dubbed No Label at the Table is also moving into the building.
Aptean is remodeling 5,000 SF of office space at 645 W. Carmel Drive. Work Here LLC is investing in its Carmel headquarters at 615 W. Carmel Drive. Carmel Auto Gallery is setting up operations at 488 Gradle Drive. The 2-acre parking area west of the Meijer at 124 W. Carmel Drive is slated for a new multi-tenant retail development.
The Cake Bake Shop, a bakery and cafe based in Broad Ripple, is opening a second location at Carmel City Center in the yet-to-be-finished Baldwin building. Magic Thread Cabaret has signed on as a resident company of The Cat, the 120 seat theater on 1st Ave.
In Search of Technology LLC is growing, establishing new headquarters in Carmel. Innovative Health Solutions is also planning to set up new corporate headquarters in Carmel in 2018. Pi Lab LLC is expanding its Carmel operation and adding almost 50 employees by the end of the year.
Rodizio Grill at 2375 E. 116th Street closed in December after being open less than a year, but a new franchisee may reopen the location in 2018. Starbucks is expanding its current footprint at 2810 E. 116th Street. A new breakfast spot called Rad’s is serving east Carmel at 4733 126th Street. Diverse Net is opening an office at 3105 E. 98th Street.
(photo) The new Fairfield Inn & Suites is open at the intersection of Crosspoint Blvd and 106th St., just off the I-69 Exit.
Tridian Medical at 9901 Kincaid Drive is drawing down operations this year and will close entirely by the end of September. BrainForest Centers, which opened its Fishers office at 9748 Lantern Road last year, is growing with a $7.4M capital investment. Complete Structural Consulting is expanding its office at 9880 Westpointe Drive.
The City of Fishers' new DPW Facility is under construction at 10200 Eller Road. Herzler Ocular Prosthetics is opening an office at 10173 Allisonville Road. Heady Hollow Brewing Company ceased operations last fall at 11069 Allisonville Road, but MashCraft Brewing is taking over the facility this year.
Travel Leaders is opening an office at 10290 E. 96th Street. Huntington Learning Center is opening its second Hamilton County location, this time at 9665 Olio Road. Popular downtown Indy spot Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub is opening a second location this spring near Geist at 10562 Olio Road.
(photo) Ale Emporium is opening a new location at 11501 Geist Pavilion Drive after Casler’s Kitchen and Bar closed last fall. Dragonfly Salon is opening a new location at 11561 Geist Pavilion
After closing its location at The Depot at Nickel Plate in November, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza will reopen in February under new ownership. Shine Design also opened in the center in early October. Yoga studio Hotworx is opening at 8235 E. 116th Street.
Magnolia Bank is opening a branch at 8700 North Street. Vibenomics is also opening a new office in the building, with plans to hire more than 200 employees in the next two years. The new Yard at Fishers District is lining up tenants to fill more than two dozen openings at the 17-acre development, including restaurants Burger Study and 1933 Lounge, which are slated to open in 2019.
Security technology firm 3xLogic Inc. in expanding its Fishers office at 9882 E. 121st Street. Engineering firm Clark Solutions at 9100 Fall View Drive is also growing its workforce and services. Knowledge Services is building its new headquarters on an 18-acre site just south of Navient’s offices on Exit 5 Parkway. Gateway One, a vacant 193,000 SF building at 10300 Kincaid Drive, was purchased by an investment group in October.
Ag-tech start-up Aggressively Organic Inc., which got its start at Launch Fishers, is expanding with plans to create 200 jobs in the next four years. Media company Tegna has moved into space at 12115 Visionary Space. Chicago-based Ed Napleton Automotive Group has purchased most of the Butler Automotive central Indiana locations, including the renamed Napleton Kia of Fishers at 13417 Britton Park Road.
A 19-acre site near 126th Street and Hoosier Road has been chosen for the development of a new assisted living facility to be called Lake Meadows. In December, Hamilton Southeastern Schools broke ground on the new Southeastern Elementary School at 12500 Cyntheanne Road.
(photo) Universal Blower Pac is expanding its operations at 440 Park 32 W Drive. Your Mom’s Grill and Bar is opening at 151 S. Harbour Drive. OutHouse Coworking is opening this winter at 540 Westfield Road, where it will also serve as a showroom for Jennings Commercial Interiors. The Indiana Transportation Museum will no longer call Forest Park home once its lease is up in March.
5 Star Imports is renovating space at 1150 South Street. Rebellion Donuts is coming to Noblesville, opening shop at 17677 Cumberland Road. The Hamilton County Jail at 18100 Cumberland Road is growing by more than 40,000 SF.
Get Fresh Produce is upgrading an existing building at 9210 E. 146th Street so that it can move services from its current Indy transfer hub to a better, full-service distribution facility.
In December, the city broke ground on the 130,000 SF Finch Creek Fieldhouse at the developing 203-acre Finch Creek Park on Boden Road. Nails & Lounge is now open at the Shoppes at Saxony Marketplace at 12831 Campus Parkway. Noblesville Imports is adding more space for auto repair and detailing at 12226 Greenfield Avenue.
Pro X Athlete Development is operating out of a temporary facility at 733 E. Main Street until its new 65,000 SF multi-sport training facility opens in September just west of Grand Park Events Center on 191st Street. A new 97,000 SF SpringHill Suites hotel is planned for the corner of 191st Street and US 31.
A new Starbucks Coffee is slated to open at 17542 Oak Ridge Road. Tucker Automotive Group is renovating almost 17,000 SF at 17414 Tiller Court. Southern Indiana restaurant chain Big Woods is building its first Hamilton County location on the southwest corner of SR 32 and US 31.
(photo) Carpenter Realtors is renovating office space at 140 S. Cherry Street. Westfield Washington Schools begins major renovations and additions at Westfield Intermediate School and Westfield Middle School in April. Expansion work on Westfield High School begins in September.
The GNC store that recently closed in Westfield Market Place at 17427 Carey Road is reopening soon as a barber shop.