Roundabout - April 2018/May 2018

Northern Hamilton County:

Sheridan-based livestock nutrition company JBS United has rebranded itself as United Animal Health. The Sheridan Historical Society is moving this summer from 308 S. Main Street into a larger space at 315 S. Main Street, the former home of Vintage Motorcycle Supply.

White Willow Farms on 256th Street just east of US 31 is transforming a historic barn into a new 5,400 SF wedding and event venue and will be available for bookings this summer. Another historic structure, the former Wheeler’s Restaurant at SR 37 and 256th Street north of Strawtown, is undergoing renovation as a new farm supply store dubbed Mercantile 37.

Fort Wayne-based Don Hall’s Restaurants has chosen the former Lazy Frogg location at 409 Jackson Street in Cicero for a new restaurant to be called The Boathouse.


Sahm’s Ale House has moved into 12819 E. New Market Street in the Village of West Clay after the recent closing of The Lit Moose.

Clay Terrace tenant House of Martial Arts is shifting over into the space at 14299 Clay Terrace Boulevard after Carmel Community Players moved out in early March. Natural pet food chain Hollywood Feed is opening its first Indiana store in the fitness center’s former space at 14598 Clay Terrace Boulevard.

Artful Living boutique opened in March at 14250 Clay Terrace Boulevard. The first Indiana location of pizza and craft beer restaurant chain Pies & Pints is slated to open soon at 14550 Clay Terrace Boulevard.

Dental practice financial planning company Four Quadrants is opening a new office at 11939 N. Meridian Street. Construction materials supplier Martin Marietta is moving into 12220 N. Meridian Street. Plans are in the works for a 63,000 SF Home 2 Suites by Hilton at 12845 Old Meridian Street.

Hope City Church has opened its doors at 1017 W. Main Street. Digital marketing firm Rare Bird is opening an office in the Indiana Design Center. A 10,000 SF retail center, The Shoppes at Alexandria, is slated for construction at the corner of Grand Boulevard & Main Street.

The Quirky Feather Confectionary at 890 E. 116th Street and Erbert & Gerbert’s Sandwich Shop at 102 E. Carmel Drive both closed in February.

Fitness center UFit North held its grand opening in March at 1119 Rangeline Road. The Little Gym opens in April at 271 Merchants Square Drive. Lakewood Family Dental is moving into 2330 E. 116th Street.

Penske Automotive Group is converting the former Harley-Davidson dealership at 4146 E. 96th Street into a Honda Express Service facility. Dermatology Inc. is opening its newest central Indiana office at 13250 Hazel Dell Parkway. Smilecentric recently opened for business at 14560 River Road.


The 10,000 SF Crosspoint Corners Building 11 is going up at 9769 Crosspoint Boulevard. Pivotal Solutions’ new headquarters and training center has opened at 7684 Crosspoint Commons. The Della Leva Espresso Bar is open in a strip mall at 106th and Lantern. 

Conner Prairie Living History Museum is renovating and expanding the Chinese House event space near the south end of its property at Allisonville Road and 131st Street.

Burn Boot Camp opened in downtown Fishers this winter at 8607 E. 116th Street. A new real estate development firm, Rebar Development, is establishing offices at 8937 Technology Drive in the Nickel Plate District.

The Indiana IoT Lab is up and running at 9059 Technology Lane with founding companies Volktek, Flexware Innovation, ShopperKraft, Indiana University, ClearObject, Outside Source, Rook Security, and Novel Bits. Della Leva espresso bar is open in the strip center at 106th and Lantern Road.

Sun King Brewery is planning to open a 13,000 SF craft brewery and tap room next spring at The Yard at Fishers District adjacent to Ikea on 116th Street. Bank of America is building a new branch at 9770 E. 116th Street.

Fishers Marketplace is adding a new 25,000 SF LivRite Fitness Center at 13454 Parkside Drive. Local software company VeriCite has been acquired by Silicon Valley-based Turnitin, but will remain in Fishers.

Hamilton County’s fifth Wolfie’s Grill is opening at the former LakeHouse at Geist waterfront property at 11699 Fall Creek Road. The new Primrose School of Geist opened in February at 7615 Oaklandon Road. Mama Bear’s at 10110 Brooks School Road is under new ownership and has changed its name to Caffeination Coffee.


The new Noblesville Schools Transportation Center opened in February at 19790 Hague Road. Morse Lake Industrial Park at 20240 Hague Road is adding a new 6,000 SF building to house 40 additional storage units.

Minuteman Press recently opened at 746 Westfield Road. Ruoff Mortgage is moving into new space at 350 Westfield Road. Sports Clips franchisee Sawyer Business Group has opened a new training center and home office in Noblesville.

The Hamilton County Government & Judicial Center at 1 N. 8th Street is getting a 135,000 SF,.four-level addition on its west side. Former sportswriter Conrad Brunner has opened (photo) Bruno’s Shoebox, a vintage sports cards and game shop at 50 N. 9th Street.

The Hamilton Restaurant at 9333 Conner Street closed in February. Grindstone Public House opens this spring at 101 N. 10th Street, the former location of upscale eatery The Ville. Nameless Catering is opening a barbeque restaurant named Nameless Barbeque in its current storefront at 56 S. 9th St.

A new 20,000 SF Hamilton County equipment storage facility is under construction north of the county jail on Cumberland Road. Hot Yoga is coming to 10400 Pleasant Street.  National chain Bentley’s Pet Stuff is opening its third Indiana location at 16625 Mercantile Boulevard.


The Tom Roush Lincoln dealership at US 31 and 169th Street is being converted into a new Tom Roush Mitsubishi store, while the existing Lincoln dealership is relocating to the former Andy Mohr Mitsubishi campus at 13927 Trade Center Drive in Noblesville. 

Beauty Nails has moved into the former Ideal Threaded Ibrows location at 2456 E. 146th Street. Franciscan Health has closed its ExpressCare center at US 31 & 146th Street. HotClips Professional Men’s Grooming is open for business at 2750 E. 146th Street.

A new Forum Credit Union branch is under construction at 759 E SR 32. Forever Above Pet Cremation & Memorial Center opens in May at 16462 Southpark Drive.

Cicero-based musical instruction business South Harbour Studios has opened a new location in downtown Westfield at 515 E. Main Street. Tim Hortons is planning to open a shop just east of downtown at 3300 E SR 32.