Roundabout - August/September 2017

Northern Hamilton County:

Hamilton Heights High School is adding a greenhouse to its campus in Arcadia. Dura Products has plans to build a new 23,000 SF facility just west of Arcadia at 6660 E 266th Street. Orange Youth Baseball has opened the newly-renovated Orange Park at 795 S. Central Street in Atlanta.

Lazy Frogg Restaurant & Bar on Morse Reservoir in Cicero has closed. Seven Sisters Florist is opening a new guest cottage at 129 N. Peru Street in Cicero dubbed UpDown Town.

A 27,000 SF Hawk Self Storage facility is slated for construction in Sheridan at Hamilton Avenue and 7th Street. Sheridan-based Miller Lumberworks recently began producing handcrafted wood furniture and décor.


The 18,000 SF Shoppes at Weston Pointe are slated for construction at 10801 N. Michigan Road and will include both restaurant and retail space. Greek’s Pizza is opening a new restaurant at 9613 N. College Avenue.

Allegion (photo) is expanding its campus to include the 15,400 SF building to its south at 11805 N. Pennsylvania Street. Coalition Pizza + Wine has closed at 365 W. 116th Street. The salon Bellisimo at 12545 Old Meridian Street is under new ownership and has been rebranded as Society of Beauty.

Greyhound Nails opened this spring at 14550 Clay Terrace Boulevard. Pressure washing company Sparkle Wash Central Indiana recently opened at 13662 Thistlewood Drive East. AAA is opening a new office at the Meridian & Main development at 1438 W. Main Street.

Mamma Mia Gelateria is moving to a new space at 836 W. Main Street. Sub Zero Ice Cream has moved into 111 W. Main Street, the former location of Auntie Em’s Frozen Custard & Cupcakes. Indie Coffee Roasters is opening a coffee shop at 220 E. Main Street.

A new theatre dubbed The Cat (photo) has opened in the space once occupied by The Warehouse at 254 First Avenue SW in the Arts & Design District. Software Engineering Professional, Inc. is expanding its offices at 3 Center Green. Old Spaghetti Factory is opening in the former Shapiro’s space at 918 S. Range Line Road.

Midwest Academy at 1420 Chase Court is growing with a 1,200 SF addition. Renewal by Anderson is moving into 801 Congressional Boulevard. Kitchen Master celebrated its grand re-opening in July at 200 W. Carmel Drive. 3-D printing company Snapped 3D (photo) recently opened at 126 W. Carmel Drive.

Carmel Comprehensive Dental Care has moved from 13590 N. Meridian Street to 200 Medical Drive and has changed its name to Smile Arts Dental. The Marsh Supermarket in Merchants Square at 2140 E. 116th Street has closed. Sylvan Learning Center is opening a location at 1400 S. Guilford Road. Pet Value has opened a second Carmel store at 1356 S. Range Line Road. O’Malia’s supermarket at 4755 E. 126th Street has closed.


The Marsh store at 8766 E. 96th Street has closed. Heartland Church is undergoing a complete renovation of its 9,000 SF Adventureland Childcare center at 9665 Hague Road. Fishers Public Works is building a new parking garage by the Water Treatment Plant at 10210 Eller Road.

At the end of the summer, A Total Tan will be moving from its current location at 7454 Fishers Station Drive to its new space just down the street at 11740 Allisonville Road. Little Caesars Pizza is rebuilding at 11780 Allisonville Road after their Fishers Station location was demolished earlier this year.

Complete Dental Care (photo) of Fishers has moved into its new office at 11479 Lantern Road. Shine Design Home is moving into the Depot at Nickel Plate at 8594 E. 116th Street. Smoothie King has a new location at 8890 E. 116th Street. A 239,000 SF apartment building dubbed 1 North is slated for construction at the corner of North and Maple streets in downtown.

Nothing Bundt Cakes is opening a new franchise in the former Painting with a Twist space at 11680 Commercial Drive. Blaze Pizza is moving into a new building on a Target outlot at 11669 Commercial Drive. The City of Fishers is opening its new Indiana IoT (Internet of Things) Lab this summer at 9059 Technology Lane next to founding partner Flexware Innovation.

IT company Knowledge Services plans to build its new 80,000 SF headquarters in 2018 at 11001 USA Parkway. Stratosphere Quality is expanding its headquarters with a 46,000 SF building at 12024 Exit 5 Parkway.

Start-up Communicode moved into Launch Fishers this summer and is connecting nonprofits with tech-savvy volunteers. Verizon is building a new store in Fishers Marketplace at 13638 Bent Grass Lane. Alderman Luxury Imports is opening a new dealership in the remodeled former Ben & Ari’s at 13875 Fishers Trade Center Drive.

Seymour-based Rails Craft Brew & Eatery (photo) opened a Fishers location this spring in the Bonn Building at Saxony Village at 13578 E. 131st Street. The Marsh Supermarket at 12520 E. 116th Street has been purchased by Kroger subsidiary Topvalco. Pizza chain Toppers is opening a new location this fall at 11640 Brooks School Road.


Lakeview Marina is adding another 5,100 SF to its facility at 20901 N. Hague Road. Three new retail shell buildings totaling more than 17,000 SF are being constructed at 7382 E. 146th Street.

Marsh Supermarket at 17901 River Avenue closed this spring. Universal Blower Pac at 440 Park 32 Drive West is expanding with an 8,900 SF addition. Butterfield Foods (photo) is growing and remodeling space at 615 Westfield Road.

O’Reilly Auto Parts is building a new store at 2000 Conner Street. The Hamilton East Public Library Noblesville branch at SR 37 and Conner Street is planning a full remodel. A new TCC/Verizon store is now open at 17535 Terry Lee Crossing.

The 104,000 SF BorgWarner Indiana Tech Center is under construction at 13909 E. 141st Street. The new facility will eventually consolidate centers currently operating in Anderson and Pendleton. MedScript Long Term Care Pharmacy recently opened at 14460 Getz Road. Koto Steakhouse is coming soon to 13398 Tegler Drive.

The Marsh Supermarket at 14450 Mundy Drive closed this summer. JDS International is expanding its footprint at 15321 Herriman Boulevard with a new 17,000 SF office and warehouse.

WorkOne Hamilton County relocated from Fishers to the Ivy Tech campus in Noblesville.


The new Professional Building at Bridgewater, located at 14801 Market Center Drive, will include a Gilmore Chiropractic office and Motion 4 Life Fitness. Beauty Bar is coming to 14647 N. Gray Road.

All-Star Veterinary Clinic at 789 E. Main Street has undergone a full remodel. The Westfield-Washington Historical Society & Museum has relocated to the north end of City Hall at 130 Penn Street. Mad Duck Outdoor Sports is operating out of the Union at 136 N. Union Street.

Zionsville-based NewPro Containers is planning a new facility at 16460 Southpark Drive. The Regal Cinemas theater redesign will include 12,000 SF of new retail and restaurant space on 146th Street. Marsh Supermarket at 1960 E. Greyhound Pass has closed.

Grand Junction Brewing Company (photo) has added a 10,000 square foot taproom and production facility on 181st Street near Grand Park. Urban Vines, Westfield’s first winery, is open on 161st Street.

Hampton Inn, (photo) the city’s second hotel, is open on Wheeler Road.

NewPro Containers, a distributing company of indoor and outdoor plant containers is relocating from Zionsville, building near the Westfield Business Park.