Roundabout - October 2018 / November 2018
Northern Hamilton County:
Two Tipton businesses are expanding into Cicero with the opening of Soul Sisters Boutique at 110 W. Jackson Street and Magnify247.com at 780 N. Peru Street. The new Cicero-based Dark Side Roasters is growing quickly and is now available across Hamilton County.
Riverview Health’s Sheridan Family Medicine at 611 E. 10th Street is growing with the addition of Dr. Annette Fearnot to the team.
Antiques and vintage retailer Retro Hunter is now operating in Strawtown at 22364 SR 37 on the Essig Farms property.
Almost 10,000 SF of retail space is coming to the Village of West Clay with Village Center Shoppes, slated for construction at 1905 S. New Market Street.
Spring Mill Endoscopy Center is moving into 200 W. 103rd Street. Paganelli Law is growing its footprint at 10401 N. Meridian Street. Caffe Buondi is coming to 11529 Spring Mill Road. J. Razzo’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar closed its doors at 12501 Meridian Street in September.
A retail development under construction on the Meijer outlot at 1424 W. Carmel Drive will include Moe’s Southwest Grill and Eat the Frog Fitness. F.E. Moran Security Solutions is opening an office at 887 W. Carmel Drive.
Opening in 2019, Indiana’s first Noah’s Event Venue location will be a 13,000 SF, 3-story facility on Illinois Street south of 136th Street. Bier Brewery & Taproom (pictured at right) is opening in October at Meridian Village Plaza, 13720 N. Meridian Street. Pandora Jewelers and Java House Cold Brew Coffee Shop are both moving into Clay Terrace.
Longtime Noblesville retailer Linden Tree Gifts (photo) is opening a second location at Carmel City Center this fall. Julie Bova Interior Design is coming to 731 Hanover Place. Out of the Blue Polish Pottery and Gifts is opening next door at 727.
Colorado-based co-working company Office Evolution is coming to Indiana with a new location at 550 Congressional Boulevard. Carmel’s own Baldwin & Lyons Inc. has changed its name to Protective Insurance Company.
Loren & Mari Mexican Grill opened in August at 2293 E. 116th Street. Market Street Wealth Management Advisors is growing its office space with an additional 5,800 SF at 3105 E. 98th Street.
Star Sushi recently opened at 10572 E. 96th Street. Paul Davis Restoration is opening an office at 9900 Westpoint Drive.
Fast Signs is opening an office at 9642 Allisonville Road. Mama Nita’s Pizza has established its third central Indiana location at 11007 Allisonville Road. Jennifer Lorenzin is opening an American Family Insurance office at 11087 Village Square Lane. Centier Bank’s newest central Indiana branch is open for business at 11684 Allisonville Road.
Trueblood Real Estate and Orangetheory Fitness Studio are opening locations at 8700 North Street. Downtown Indy Hawaiian eatery Ali’i Poke is coming to Fishers with a new location at 8989 E. 116th Street. Biechele Royce Advisors is opening an office at 11634 Maple Street. Indiana’s first Clean Juice franchise location is coming soon to 11670 Commercial Drive.
New restaurants and specialty shops coming to The Yard (pictured at left) at 116th & I-69 will include Sangiovese Ristorante, Copper Moon Coffee, The HC Grill, 1933 Lounge, RAWkin Juice, Los Arroyos, Nicey Treats, Kincaids Meat Market, and Havana Cigar & Cocktail Lounge.
The new 11,000 SF Riverview Health Urgent Care & Emergency Room is slated for construction at 9690 E. 116th Street. The Fresh Market location at 9774 E. 116th Street closed this summer. Barons Bar and Grill recently opened at 9775 E. 116th Street.
The Ram Restaurant & Brewhouse at 12750 Parkside Drive has closed its doors. A 160-unit independent living complex for seniors, dubbed StoryPoint Fishers, is planned for land at 12915 Parkside Drive. The new Urology of Indiana at Medtech Park building is under construction at 14300 E. 138th Street.
Vive Exterior Design is constructing a 12,000 SF workshop and showroom at 11071 E. 126th Street. (photo) Gray Eagle Golf Course at 126th Street and Brook School Road has announced that it will close at the end of 2019. Dunkin Donuts is coming to Brooks School Plaza at 12660 E. 116th Street. This fall, Purre Barre’s studio at Geist Pavilion is moving to a new suite just across the parking lot at 11581 Geist Pavilion Drive.
Merit Pointe Insurance celebrated its grand opening in September at 20811 Hague Road. Catering and take-out business Cloud Nine Cuisine is now operating out of 20817 Hague Road.
A former tanning salon at 5641 Pebble Village is the new home of Body Sculpt RX. Jimmy Johns is opening a new location at 14753 Hazel Dell Crossing.
Downtown Noblesville is developing plans for the mixed use Levinson project, which will include apartments, commercial space, and a parking garage.
The former Deering Cleaners (pictured at left) space at 818 Logan Street will be the new home of restaurant Texy Mexy. Noble Coffee & Tea is expanding into the adjacent space at 937 Logan Street that once housed Sweet Home Cupcakes. The Mix Vintage and New Marketplace opened this summer at 940 Logan Street.
Smiles and Styles beauty salon is moving into 1115 S. 10th Street. Chapel Church is growing its footprint at 675 Walnut Street with the addition of a new 2,400 SF sanctuary.
The county’s newest Kumon location is now open at 17021 Clover Road. Imavex Orange Youth Baseball has broken ground on new baseball fields at Noblesville Nazarene Church at 1399 Greenfield Avenue with plans to open in spring 2019.
Marine craft sales and repair business Pro Wake Watersports is moving into 9175 E. 146th Street. Metal Powder Products is renovating the 60,000 SF former Stanley Security location at 14670 Cumberland Road for use as its new headquarters.
A 55,000 SF Uptown Suites extended stay hotel is slated for construction at 14510 Herriman Boulevard. Convenience food service company Cibus Fresh, Inc. has been acquired by Indy-based produce distributor IF&P Foods.
Precision Doors is moving into a new 11,300 SF facility at 14560 Bergen Boulevard. Mo’s Irish Pub closed its doors at Hamilton Town Center this summer.
A new Crew Carwash is slated for construction at 777 E SR 32. The Landing at Monon Marketplace will be the new home of Laser Flash, which will move from its longtime location in Carmel to a new 50,000 SF facility on the southwest corner of SR 32 and US 31.
A local bookstore has come to Westfield with the opening of Turn the Page (pictured above) at 149 S. Walnut Street. Smoothie King is moving into 3300 E SR 32. Planet Fitness is opening a new location at 3440 E SR 32.
Urban Farmer continues to grow with the addition of a new greenhouse at its facility at 120 E. 161st Street.