Roundabout - October/November 2017
Northern Hamilton County:
Lawson Companies is now operating three businesses under one roof at 24260 SR 37 near Strawtown: Good Ole Days Antiques, Rusty Roof Music Store, and Lawson Flooring. A new Ricker’s gas station and convenience store is going in just north of Perkinsville at the intersection of SR 37 & SR 13.
Cicero Fun Factory, located at 50 W. Buckeye Street in Cicero, is undergoing a full renovation and update. Select Show Horses northeast of Sheridan at 25109 Six Points Road is expanding and adding a new 8,000 SF stable.
Michigan Road Self Storage is going in just northwest of 96th Street & Michigan Road and will offer 96,000 SF of storage space.
Village Center Shoppes in West Clay is growing, adding a new 3-story office building at 12805 New Market Street. Smiles in the Village is moving down the street into a newly constructed building at 12740 Horseferry Road. Danny Boy Brewery in the Tank 13 building added artisanal spirits to it offerings with the addition of Danny Boy Distilling Works.
Five Seasons Family Sports Club at 1300 E. 96th Street has closed. IU Health Dermatology Clinic is joining other healthcare providers at 11590 N. Meridian Street. Assembly Biosciences is expanding its footprint at 11711 N. Meridian Street. A former dance studio at 12955 Old Meridian Street is the new home of physical rehabilitation business Team Rehab.
Clay Terrace Shopping Center is undergoing several changes. This fall, a new fitness center dubbed [solidcore] opens at 14390 Clay Terrace Boulevard. Clothing store Forever 21 Red will open in late 2017. Over the summer, Home Couture opened at 14511 Clay Terrace Boulevard and Ted’s Montana Grill closed. T-shirt retailer The Shop opened in September in the former Moochie & Co. space. Other new additions include Closet Candy Boutique and Fidelity Investments.
Burgerhaus (photo) is opening a new location at 89 1st Avenue SW. In September, the Russian School began holding classes at Carmel High School on East Main Street after relocating services from University High School.
The Arts & Design District recently lost several of galleries, including French Bleu Gallery at 111 W. Main Street and the Martin Gallery of Fine Art, which was located in the Indiana Design Center.
The national headquarters for Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity relocated in August from Pennsylvania to 716 Adams Street. Indigo Bioautomation is moving into new construction at 385 City Center Drive. Carmel is getting its own Books & Brews location in November at 61 W. City Center Drive. Silver Door Boutique Spa in Carmel City Center has new owners.
Collegiate fraternity Zeta Tau Alpha is relocating its headquarters from Indianapolis to 1036 S. Range Line Road before the end of the year. Workplace Health Services has moved into 99 E. Carmel Drive.
Gratitude Boutique & Gifts is opening at the former Salon Krelic space at 8912 E. 96th Street. Strategic Wealth Designers has moved into its new space at 9850 Westpoint Drive. Della Leva Espresso Bar (photo) is moving into a new strip center at 8220 E. 106th Street.
High Class Glass recently opened at 7227 Fishers Landing Drive. Planet Fitness has a new location at 11728 Fishers Crossing Drive in the former Sears building.
The former Yogurtz Frozen Yogurt location downtown at 8594 E. 116th is being transformed into the second Hamilton County location for Hawaiian restaurant Main Street Poké. The same building is also now home to tech retailer Ultimate Home Automation. Indiana’s first Brightway Insurance agency, the Phung Agency, opened in July at 8756 E. 116th Street. Technology Interiors is now operating out of its second Fishers location at 8977 E. 116th Street.
Indiana’s first IKEA officially opens October 11 just off I-69’s Exit 205. MainSource Financial Group is merging with First Financial Bancorp, which operates bank locations in Fishers and in Carmel.
A new long-term care facility for Alzheimer and dementia patients, dubbed Grand Brook Memory Care of Fishers, is slated for construction at 131st Street and Cumberland Drive. Life Connections Church is undergoing a major expansion on its campus at 11616 E. 126th Street.
The Stations, a new development just west of Kroger at 116th Street and Lynn Drive, will eventually add almost 14,000 SF of retail and office space to this growing corridor. State of Grace Boutique opened in September at 11679 Olio Road.
Hamilton Southeastern Schools is building a new K-4 elementary school at Cyntheanne Road and 126th Street that will open for the 2019-2020 school year. The HSE Schools Administration building at 13485 Cumberland Road is also getting a 22,000 SF addition.
A 40-acre property near Olio Road and Southeastern Parkway, which is owned by Republic Development, will soon be home to a 500,000 SF sports facility with indoor fields and running track. Plans also include eleven retail outlots and a new hotel.
This spring, the newest Bru Burger (photo) location will open in the first floor of the BlueSky Technology Partners building at 123 John Street.
The new 17,000 SF St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospital opened at 9460 E. 146th Street in July. A 107,000 SF residential care facility dubbed Heritage Woods of Noblesville is slated for construction just down the road at 9600 E. 146th Street.
Abrasive Waterjet of Indiana is remodeling a new space at 15515 Stoney Creek Way.
A 5.3-acre site at 632 E. SR 32 will soon sport a 36-hole miniature golf course, restaurant, and event space as part of a new entertainment venture called Birdies. Epiphany Evangelical Lutheran Church at 15605 Ditch Road is growing, adding another 8,100 SF to its building.
Downtown is getting a new gastropub, Field Brewing, which is moving into 303 E. Main Street. Westfield Chamber of Commerce has settled into its new offices at 116 E. Main Street. A new multitenant retail center dubbed Grassy Branch Marketplace is going up at SR 32 and Grassy Branch Road.
Crossfit Westfield opened in August at 16707 Southpark Drive. Down the street, a new 18,500 SF office building is under construction at 16462 South Park Drive.
Next spring, construction starts on Spring Mill Grand Station just north of 161st Street on Spring Mill Road. This project features a 15,500 SF retail building, a 7,900 SF office building, and 46,000 SF of self-storage space. Just southwest of 161st & Spring Mill is a new development called the Depot at Spring Mill Station. This will eventually include several retail and office buildings, a restaurant, a bank, and a grocery store.
Indy Fork & Ale Taphouse is planning to open in the renovated and reconfigured Regal Cinemas building at 2222 E. 146th Street. Sweet M’s Boutique has opened its third central Indiana location in Cool Creek Commons at 2446 E. 146th Street.