Roundabout - December 2018 / January 2019

Northern Hamilton County:

Cicero-based Angel Mama Therapeutic Massage and Wellness has moved into new offices at 99 W. Buckeye Street. Boathouse Kitchen & Swan Dive will soon open its doors at 409 W. Jackson Street on Morse Reservoir.

Carmel:

Hamilton County’s second Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers location is slated for construction at 9701 N. Michigan Road. Indy Porkopolis BBQ recently opened at 9802 N. Michigan Road. The Village of West Clay is one of three central Indiana locations that will see the opening of a Family Express convenience store in 2019.

A 230-room, 162,000 SF duel-branded hotel, dubbed Aloft and Element by Westin, is planned for 10101 N. Meridian Street. Multi-family home builder S.C. Bodner has plans to move its headquarters from Indy with the construction of a new 37,000 SF building on Pennsylvania Street south of 116th Street.

Curative Sound is moving into a space at 11611 N. Meridian Street. The former Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt at 365 W. 116th Street is being transformed into a Tropical Smoothie Café.(photo) Indiana’s first British Swim School location is now open at 11895 N. Meridian Street at the Residence Inn. BitLoft is moving into a new space at 13644 N. Meridian Street.

Burn Boot Camp is opening a 5,300 SF workout space at 12955 Old Meridian Street. Veracity IIR, an intelligence and investigations firm founded by former FBI and CIA agents, has a new office at 706 Pro-Med Lane.

Fork + Ale Restaurant and Bar is opening soon at 350 Veteran’s Way. National coworking company Serendipity Labs Coworking is planning a 24,000 SF shared-office space overlooking the Monon Trail at 517 Monon Boulevard.

Monon Square shopping center

Dermatology, Inc. is planning to build a 12,000 SF office at 725 Lakefront Court. Monon Square shopping center (Pictured Above) at 620 S. Range Line Road (photo) is slated to be razed by the city so that the land can be redeveloped. Out of the Blue Polish Pottery & Gifts opened this fall at Carmel City Center. The 138,000 SF Holland-Playfair Building is going up at 880 W. Monon Green Boulevard.

In Carmel City Center, Addendum Gift Gallery doubled its square footage and moved across the Plaza to the new Baldwin & Chambers building. A Lantz Design also relocated to the Baldwin & Chambers building, from the Indiana Design Center. Indiana Artisan closed its store on Main Street in the Arts & Design District in October, hoping to announce a new location in the Spring.

The former Carrabba’s restaurant at 1235 Keystone Way is being transformed into an event venue called Bash (pictured), making it the second central Indiana event space to offered by national operator 828 Venue Management Company.

Giant Eagle has acquired Ricker’s convenience stores, which will be rebranded as GetGo locations. This includes three stores in Carmel, two in Fishers, and one each in Westfield, Noblesville, and Sheridan.

Two Indianapolis insurance brokers, Scott Wharton of Wharton Insurance & Financial Services and Dan Power of DT Power & Associates, joined forces to form Wharton & Power Insurance and opened new offices in the Village of West Clay.

Fishers:

Shorr Package Corp. is renovating 211,000 SF of space at 9901 Kincaid Drive.

Crossfit Hydrogen is moving into a new commercial building at 9654 Allisonville Road. Storage Sense is now open for business at 10415 Allisonville Road. The Salin Bank (pictured)  at 11555 Allisonville Road will become a Horizon Bank in 2019 once Horizon’s acquisition of Indy-based Salin Bancshares is complete.

College Park Church is constructing a new 25,000 SF campus at 12601 Pennington Road. Schoolhouse No. 7 at 12125 Cyntheanne Road is being converted into a new coffee shop. Click here to view more information

Ultimate Automation has acquired Carmel-based Electronic Evolutions, Inc. and the combined company is operating out of 8594 E. 116th Street under the name Ultimate Technologies Group. (see story page 16)

A new Keller Williams office opened this fall at 9865 E. 116th Street. Fidelity National Title is opening an office at 12242 E. 116th Street.

Fitness centers [Solidcore] Fit-Up and Australia-based F45 have moved into 13272 Market Square Drive. A new Chicago’s Pizza is opening soon at 13204 Market Square Drive. Physical therapy business Ivy Rehab Network is also joining the development with a new office at 13180 Market Square Drive.

Noblesville:

Hamilton County’s first CBD dispensary, Vape and Wellness, opened this fall at 170 Logan Street. Puptown Girl Grooming opened in October at 195 Sheridan Road.

Ginger’s Restaurant is coming soon to 1113 S. 10th Street. The At Home at 301 Noble Creek Drive is undergoing a full store remodel. Workout facility Purre Barre has moved into 17231 Mercantile Boulevard.

E&B Paving is constructing a new quality control building on its campus at 17092 Middletown Avenue.

120,000 SF retail center dubbed the Plaza at Saxony MarketPlace is slated for construction at 14120 Brooks School Road. Burlington will anchor the development and will be joined by new retail locations for Michaels, Petco, Five Below, and Kirkland’s.

Hamilton Town Center is the new home of Launching Station, a retailer specializing in veteran-made items with a storefront at 13901 Town Center Boulevard.

A new UPS Store is going in at 13398 Tegler Drive. Noblesville-based online retailer Rosa Vila Jewelry is expanding its warehousing and production facilities.

Westfield:

A 40,000 SF jump park, complete with climbing walls, is slated to join the new Laser Flash as anchors for the 140,000 SF Dartown Crossing at the southwest corner of SR 32 and US 31.

Westfield Lighting has closed it store on SR 32 (photo) and Planet Fitness is scheduled to open in that building. Next door, Smoothie King, Verizon and Sport Clips are all planning to open in a strip center on the northeast corner of SR32 and Grassy Branch. Field Brewing is open on Main Street downtown.

A new Texas Roadhouse is planned for Greyhound Pass, a Grindstone Charly’s for Wheeler Road just north of SR32 and a MacAllister Rentals for 1107 E. 181st St.

Indy Eye Physicians has opened its first Hamilton County office in downtown Westfield at 322 W. Main Street. A new 12,000 SF storage facility dubbed Sterling Westfield Storage is planned for construction at 17200 Foundation Parkway.

Secure Care Self-Storage and U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer (pictured) opened on SR32 just west of Spring Mill Road.