Roundabout - June 2018/July 2018
Northern Hamilton County:
Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad at 107 W. South Street in Arcadia begins weekend passenger train excursions this summer between Noblesville, Cicero, Atlanta, and Arcadia.
Hamilton Heights School Corporation is growing, adding almost 150,000 SF to its elementary, middle, and high schools in the first phase of major corporation-wide renovations.
Several town offices in Cicero moved in April from 150 W. Jackson Street to 331 E. Jackson, including the Clerk Treasurer, Cicero Utilities, and Plan Commission.
Thomas English Retail Real Estate is constructing a new 6,000 SF retail building at 9835 Michigan Road. Red Wing Shoes is moving into West Carmel Marketplace at 9873 N. Michigan Road.
Tex-Mex restaurant Chuy’s will open its second Hamilton County location in the former Applebee’s building at 10325 N. Michigan Road. The Old National bank branch at 10460 N. Michigan Road closes at the end of June.
In May, Kroger opened a new store at 10679 N. Michigan Road, a former Marsh Supermarkets location. ALDI is planning a new 22,000 SF grocery store at 106th Street & Michigan Road. Kroger also sold its Turkey Hill convenience stores and is converting those locations to Kroger Fuel Centers.
A new LePeep Restaurant opens later this summer at 4400 Weston Pointe Drive. An Arthur Murray studio is taking over the former Speck’s Pet Supply space at 4000 W. 106th Street.
Carmel-Clay Parks is developing 40 more acres of West Park, adding “The Groves,” which will include an 8,000 SF program center opening in spring 2019. Indiana Montessori Academy is planning a new 6,800 SF facility at 2925 W. 146th Street.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) branch has relocated from 12955 Old Meridian St. to 271 Merchants Square Drive.
Development in The Village of West Clay continues with a new 10,600 SF retail building going up at 2470 Harleston Street. The Law Office of Josh Brown is moving down the street to 12805 E. New Market Street.
IU Health has plans for a new 88,000 SF cancer center just south of its North Hospital Campus at 116th Street & US 31. The space at 365 W. 116th Street that formerly housed Coalition Pizza + Wine reopened in May as the latest Naked Tchopstix location.
Three Seventeen Hair Design is moving into 13638 N. Meridian Street. Anthony Vince’ Nail Spa opens this summer at 14300 Clay Terrace Boulevard.
Papa Fatoush Restaurant has moved into 15 E. Main Street.
Fat Dan’s Deli has replaced Crust Pizzeria Napoletana at 840 W. Main Street. Sugar Creek Vineyard and Winery is opening a tasting room this summer at 1111 W. Main Street. Rosie’s Place is adding 4,800 SF to its footprint in the same building. Noble Roman’s Craft Pizza & Pub is moving into a new space at 1438 W. Main Street.
Ability Plus Title Services just opened a new office at 200 S. Range Line Road. The Nash Building on Range Line Road is welcoming Be.You.Tiful Nails this summer, while gift store Oliver’s Twist is relocating from Clay Terrace to the Baldwin & Chambers building.
The Old Spaghetti Factory opened in Carmel City Center at 918 S. Range Line Road. It’s the second Indiana location and one of 44 nationwide for the Portland, OR-based chain. The first opened in Indianapolis 36 years ago.
Carmel Dental Group is growing its footprint at 715 W. Carmel Drive. Life Solutions moves into its new Carmel location at 185 W. Carmel Drive in July.
A Lantz Design is moving from the Indiana Design Center into a larger space at 800 S. Range Line Road. Addendum Gallery is also growing with a larger retail space at 800 S. Range Line Road. MemberClicks is moving into Midtown at 571 Monon Boulevard.
Wolfie’s Grill at 1156 Keystone Way has absorbed adjacent space formerly occupied by a nail salon to increase its seating capacity. WrapAroni restaurant opened in April at 1422 Keystone Way East.
Tom Wood is remodeling and adding 13,700 SF of space to its Jaguar, Land Rover, and Volvo dealerships at 4160 E. 96th Street. World Wide Motors at 3900 E. 96th Street is also expanding with a 26,700 SF addition.
Wireless Express is moving into 9761 Crosspoint Boulevard. Broad Ripple favorite Sweeties Gourmet Treats is opening a new location at 8906 E. 96th Street. The former KinderCare at 9000 Fitness Lane has been fully renovated and is reopening at Kid City USA.
A new Edward Jones office is opening at 9758 Lantern Road. American Health Association is moving into the former WorkOne Central Indiana office at 10204 Lantern Road.
In April, Legit Pho started serving up Vietnamese dishes at 7262 Fishers Crossing Drive. Apex Taekwondo Center is moving into 7247 Fishers Landing Drive. Kroger has opted to renovate its current store at 7272 Fishers Crossing Drive rather than pursue its previous plan of building a new Kroger Marketplace just east of Allisonville Road & 116th Street.
Flexware Innovation will move next year from its current location at 9128 Technology Lane to a new 24,000 SF building to be constructed in the Nickel Plate District. Cellular Sales, a Verizon Wireless retailer, is open at 13638 Bent Grass Lane along SR37.
The first of two new Fitness Together Studio locations in the county is slated for 8395 E. 116th Street. The Depot at Nickel Plate is getting a new day spa with the addition of Spavia at 8594 E. 116th Street. Personal training center Max Challenge is opening shop at 11680 Commercial Drive. J. Gumbo’s has closed at 8395 E. 116th Street.
The Enclave Senior Living in Saxony held its grand opening in May at 12950 Tablick Street. Crossroads Community Church at 14885 Southeastern Parkway continues to grow with a 5,200 SF classroom addition. Heartland Church is building a new 67,000 SF facility at 14900 E. 126th Street.
Texas Roadhouse at 12950 Publishers Drive is growing with a 7,200 SF dining area addition. The new 27,000 SF Ellipsis Fishers Memory Care is slated for construction at 9796 E. 131st Street. Animal Urgent Care is moving into 14069 Mundy Drive.
A new 61,000 SF facility for iTown Church has been proposed for a 38-acre site at 136th Street & Brooks School Road. The 32-acre Fishers AgriPark at 113th Street & Florida Road opens this summer. The Internet of Things lab, a high-tech incubator in Fishers’ technology park, opened in March.
ABC’s & 123’s Learning Center is doubling the size of its facility at 3100 Westfield Road. Bailey & Wood Financial Group has opened a new branch at 1592 Conner Street.
Domestic abuse nonprofit Prevail has expanded its presence at 1100 S. 9th Street.
Carmel-based Life Solutions opened a new counseling office in May at 14540 Prairie Lakes Boulevard North. Stony Creek Church of Christ is planning to build a new facility at 10005 Cumberland Pointe Boulevard.
SMC Corp. of America is doubling its North American headquarters with the construction of a 1-million SF distribution center on its Noblesville campus just northeast of 146th Street & Cumberland Road.
146th Storage is bringing almost 80,000 SF of storage space to 14532 Marilyn Road. Crew Carwash is expanding with a new full service carwash building at 13425 Tegler Drive. Noblesville-based gymnastic equipment company Z-Athletic is renovating a new distribution space at 14560 Bergen Boulevard.
Sand volleyball has come to Westfield at the new (photo) iBeach31 facility at 17341 Westfield Park Road. MacAllister Rental Store will soon be renting heavy equipment from its newest location at 1107 E. 181st Street.
A new Texas Roadhouse restaurant is planned for 14758 Greyhound Plaza. The county’s second new Fitness Together Studio is opening at 14645 N. Gray Road.
A new Community First Bank of Indiana branch is under construction at 700 E SR 32. Sports Clips is opening a new location in the Grassy Branch Shopping Center at 3300 E SR 32.