Roundabout for March/April 2017

Northern Hamilton County: 

Morgan Striping Service is expanding its facility at 21789 Riverwood Avenue with construction of a new 12,000 SF building. K-Trails Equestrian Adventures opened in March in Strawtown Koteewi Park at 11949 Koteewi Drive. Indiana American Water has purchased the Town of Sheridan’s water utilities.

Carmel: 

Restaurant Pho Real recently opened at 9611 N. College Avenue. Florida-based Green Circle Health has opened a client services center at 9640 Commerce Drive. Housing not-for-profit HAND has plans for a 10-unit project dubbed Home Place Housing Gardens at 106th and McPherson streets.

The Shoppes at Bennett Farm are slated for construction at 11036 N. Michigan Road and will include a new Moe’s Southwest Grill and Sherwin-Williams store. OrangeTheory Fitness is opening a new center at 4000 W. 106th Street.

Primrose School of WestClay at 13096 Moultrie Street is building a 3,200 SF addition. The new Village Center Shoppes at 12749 Meeting House will include over 7,900 SF of commercial and residential space. 

TradeRev has opened its first U.S. headquarters at 12726 Hamilton Crossing Boulevard. The Indiana Spine Group  facility at 13225 N. Meridian Street is expanding with a 19,500 SF addition. 

The Warehouse music performance hall closed in late January at 254 First Avenue SW. The Nash Building at 836 S. Range Line Road has a new tenant, Software Engineering Professionals

The Monon and Main mixed use development at 211 W. Main Street will include a 52,800 SF structure with dining, retail, and office space. A new sushi restaurant called Main Street Poke is coming to 110 W. Main Street. 

Mi Hacienda is now serving Mexican fare at 819 W. Carmel Drive. Star Financial Bank is planning a new location at 140 E. Carmel Drive. Chocolate for the Spirit closed its storefront at 301 E. Carmel Drive on Christmas Eve, but the space is being redeveloped into a new barber shop.  

Little Eyes Optometry is opening soon at 1372 S. Range Line Road. Indian grocery store Brindavan International Foods recently opened at 1780 E. 116th Street. Glamour Nails at 2166 E. 116th Street has opened a new Wine Bar in the shop. 

Traders Point Christian Church has opened its new North Indy Campus at 1242 W. 136th Street. The Range Pet Lodge at 1045 N. Range Line Road is building a new wing to expand its boarding and training services. Clothing store Torrid opened a new location in Clay Terrace shopping center.

Fishers:  

The Humane Society of Hamilton County has plans to relocate from its current home in Noblesville to a new, much larger facility and property at 106th Street and Hague Road. Allisonville Self Storage is adding another 8,100 SF to its facility at 10986 Allisonville Road. 

Kite Realty Group’s redevelopment of Fishers Station at 116th Street and Allisonville Road will include a 123,000 SF Kroger Marketplace and Jason’s Deli. Brownsburg Mexican restaurant Tequila Sunrise will open a second location in the renovated strip center at 11653 Fishers Station Drive. 

A new AAA office opened in March at 8997 E. 116th Street. Iconic Digital Marketing has moved out of Launch Fishers and into new offices in the Nickel Plate District. ATI Physical Therapy is opening a new office at 11669 Commercial Drive. Stone Tree Studios on Hardwick Drive has reopened after a remodel and upgrade of it recording studio space. 

Chicago-based hotdog eatery Portillo’s is opening its first central Indiana location near the new IKEA at I-69 and 116th Street.  

Harley-Davidson of Indianapolis (photo) is planning to move from its 96th Street location in Carmel to a 3.5-acre lot just north of Reynold’s Farm Equipment at I-69’s Exit 205, where it will build a 43,000 SF dealership. The former Walgreens at 12750 Reynold’s Drive is being converted into a Dollar Tree store. Claude & Annie’s at 9251 E. 141st Street has closed its doors. 

In May, NinjaZone will open its new 5,000 SF location at 116th Street and Olio Road. Indiana Members Credit Union is building a new office at 13220 Olio Road. Body Evolution fitness center is opening at 10430 Olio Road. 

Correction: Rhodes Insurance Group moved to a new location at 11393 Lantern Road in November. We had the wrong address in the Dec/Jan edition. 

Noblesville:  

Broccoli BillsMorse Lake Industrial Park continues to expand with the addition of a new 6,000 SF storage facility on it campus at 20240 Hague Road. Community First Bank of Indiana has opened a new branch in the Pebble Brook Village retail center at 146th Street and Little Chicago Road. Indy juice bar Natural Born Juicers has opened a new location within Broccoli Bill’s at 15009 N. Gray Road. All Care Rheumatology has moved into a former real estate office at 3501 Westfield Road. 

In February, a la cART projects opened a new studio in the loft space above Lil Bloomers Boutique at 982 Logan Street. LittleGypsie Boutique has moved around the corner to 84 S. 9th Street just off the courthouse square. Mobile art studio Caravan Classes has opened a brick-and-mortar location in the same building at 98 S. 9th Street. 

This spring, the new Noblesville Event Center will open at 2350 Conner Street. Hoosier Storage is adding 23,000 SF of storage space its property at 1401 Pleasant Street. 

Hare Chevrolet, located just west of SR 37 on Stony Creek Road, has been sold to Georgia-based Asbury Automotive Group. The Aldi store an 16971 Clover Road is undergoing an expansion. 

Anchor Health Chiropractic is moving into 14300 Mundy Drive in the former Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt space. 

Indiana’s first Duluth Trading Company store opened at the beginning of March at 13890 Cabela Parkway. New American Mattress and Starbucks locations are coming to 12919 Campus Parkway. An 11,000 SF multi-tenant retail building is slated for construction at 13436 Tegler Drive. 

Landscaping business Town & Country Land Works is building a new shop at 17053 Mystic Road. 

Westfield: 

A commercial project dubbed The Commons at Chatham Hills is slated for the northwest corner of US 31 and 191st Street and will include two hotels, several restaurants, a grocery store, and 14 outlots. A mixed use development known as Aurora is planned for 300 acres southeast of US 31 and SR 38, with a business park, retail center, commerce park, and residential area. 

Grand Park Events Center has lost the two restaurants operated by Jonathan Byrd’s, but has gained several other tenants, including NinjaZone, Methodist Sports Medicine, Indiana Soccer Association, and Indiana Sports Properties

Metric Seals is expanding with a 16,000 SF addition to its campus at 17030 Westfield Park Road. The Weathervane Antiques and Home Market is now operating out of a large warehouse space at 17819 Commerce Drive. 

Riverview Health’s new 108,000 SF facility under construction at US 31 and SR 32 has been upgraded to a hospital with the addition of inpatient beds, surgery suites, and an emergency room. Park Street Pub at 515 Park Street closed its doors in January. Jack’s Donuts opened its ninth central Indiana location in February at 17423 Carey Road.

 Primrose School at Bridgewater at 14700 Gray Road is adding almost 3,200 SF to its facility.