Roundabout - December 2017/January 2018

Northern Hamilton County:

Sheridan’s newest restaurant, Young’s Kitchen, celebrated its grand opening in September at 305 S. Main Street. The Hamilton North Public Library (photo) branch at 100 S. Walnut Street in Atlanta is undergoing a complete remodel, as is the branch at 209 W. Brinton Street in Cicero.

Cicero-based Indiana Recovery Services is expanding with a new garage and office space at 22275 N US 31. Omega International Auto Repair is also growing, adding new buildings to its property at 2130 E. 226th Street.


A 5-story office building at 250 W. 96th Street is undergoing renovation for the new St. Vincent Health Administration Office. A new eco-friendly trash bin cleaning company called Bin Cleanse is now serving Carmel and surrounding areas.

CleanSlate Technology Group is doubling the size of its facility at 2071 Broughton Street in the Village of West Clay. Village Center Shoppes continues to expand with the construction of a 2-story office building at 12735 Meeting House Road.

Technicolor, formerly Thomson Consumer Electronics, is closing its facility at 101 W. 103rd Street and shifting jobs to Georgia as part of a consolidation. KAR Auction Services is breaking ground on a new 250,000 SF global headquarters at Illinois & 111th streets, with plans to move in by the end of 2019.

Pulte Homes is moving into 11590 N. Meridian Street after the recent relocation of Blue Horseshoe to new, larger offices elsewhere in Carmel. Aflac and Paycor are both opening new offices at 11595 N. Meridian Street. Massage Heights recently opened at 1438 W. Main Street.

Purple Ink LLC, an HR consulting firm that specializes in customized human resources services, opened in Carmel City Center.

The new 174,000 SF Merchants Corporate Center is slated for construction at 4th Street SW & 3rd Avenue SW. The Monon & Main development will include Anthony’s Chophouse & 3UP at 21 W. Main Street. (photo) Art on Main Gallery & Gifts held its grand opening in September at 111 W. Main Street.

Next summer, Indianapolis-based MJ Insurance is moving to a new building at 571 Monon Boulevard, but is currently working out of a temporary office at 4745 North Haven Point Boulevard. A popular Broad Ripple bakery, the Cake Bake Shop, is opening a second location in Carmel City Center next fall when the Baldwin Building is completed.

National Bank of Indianapolis is establishing an office at 801 Congressional Boulevard for use in the event of a disaster at the current corporate office. Caliente Restaurant is expanding its footprint at 1400 S. Guilford Road.


Riviera Maya Mexican Cuisine is opening a second Fishers location in the building at 9770 Crosspoint Boulevard that once housed Cheeseburger in Paradise.

Cafe Korea is moving from its current location at 116th & Allisonville to a new space at 11003 Allisonville Road (photo). A new Goodwill retail store is open at 7440 Fishers Station Drive. Noble Roman’s Craft Pizza & Pub is opening a location at 11715 Allisonville Road. In October, 5280 Bistro celebrated its grand opening at 11850 Allisonville Road.

Audio marketing tech firm Fuzic, headquartered at 8766 South Street, has changed its name to Vibenomics. Downtown staple Archers Meats and Catering closed in September, and its building at 8655 E. 116th Street was sold to developer Corby Thompson for redevelopment as a retail center. Another Broken Egg Café opened a second location in the Nickel Plate District; the first opened four years ago at 96th and Meridian.

Vital Connection Chiropractic is moving into a new medical office building at 12242 E. 116th Street. The Stations, a new development totaling 13,650 SF, is slated for construction just west of Kroger at 116th Street and Lynn Drive. Tequila Sunrise Mexican Cuisine opened in the Fishers Station shopping center at 116th and Allisonville.

Tech support company Netfor is doubling its office space with a newly-renovated 17,500 SF office in Fishers Tech Park. Hamilton County Public Safety Communications is converting the former Ryan Fire Protection facility at 12933 Ford Drive into a backup 911 facility.

Elevator engineering company Thyssenkrupp is remodeling over 37,000 SF for operations at 11924-11936 Exit 5 Parkway. Indiana’s first virtual reality arcade, Altered Realities VR Arcade, is coming to Fishers in December at 10080 E. 121st Street. The Woods of Britton apartment complex is renovating after a fire in August damaged ten units at 12851 Canopy Lane.

Over 9,300 SF of new retail space is under construction at Geist Point at 10395 Olio Road. Century 21 Scheetz is opening a new office at 116th Street and Olio Road. A new Starbucks is going in at 13701 E. 116th Street. Village Dental at Saxony is building a new 18,000 SF facility at 13390 Overview Drive. Indiana Members Credit Union (photo) opened a new branch in Saxony at the corner of 131st St. and Olio Rd. Tom Roush Lincoln is remodeling its facility at 13927 Trade Center Drive.

In September, Sylvan Learning Center held grand openings for two new centers in Hamilton County, in Fishers at 11740 Brooks School Road and in Carmel at 1400 S. Guilford Road. The new Geist Community Center is under construction east of Olio Road on 96th Street, and will eventually include both a youth community center and a mosque.


Indiana University Health’s first urgent care center in Hamilton County opened in August at 14645 Hazel Dell Parkway. A new Sports Clip franchise corporate office is opening at 5520 Pebble Village Lane. Bowl 32 at 845 Westfield Road has been rebranded Three-Two-Fun and will wrap up its renovation and 7,800 SF addition by mid-December.

Trends for Tails, a resale boutique benefitting the Humane Society of Hamilton County, opened in November at 1109 S. 10th Street. Bash Boutique (photo) has chosen downtown Noblesville for its third store, now open at 884 Logan Street. Horizon Bank is also moving downtown to the historic building at 44 S. 8th Street.

Indy Prep is moving into 1706 Pleasant Street. The new DentalWorks office is up and running at 17535 Terry Lee Crossing. Hood’s Garden is building a new 9,000 SF warehouse on its campus at 11644 Greenfield Avenue. A Martinizing Dry Cleaning location has opened at 14350 Mundy Drive.

Life Refined Chiropractic is opening in January at 14297 Bergen Boulevard. Bank of America is opening a new banking center at 12873 Campus Parkway. Klipsch Music Center at 12880 E. 146th Street has been renamed Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center.


Hoosier Storage continues to expand with a new 7,800 SF building at 17749 Sun Park Drive. The Downtown Westfield Association (photo) has moved into its new home at 120 Camilla Court. Greeks Pizzeria is moving down the street to a larger space at 231 Park Street. Co-working space the Union is closing its doors after two years of operation downtown.

Marco’s Pizza is planning a new restaurant at 16072 Spring Mill Station Drive. The former restaurant space in the Jonathan Byrd Fieldhouse at Grand Park has been transformed into an e-sports gaming center dubbed Game On. A 300-acre mixed use real estate development known as NorthPoint is slated for construction on the southeast corner of US 31 & SR 38. Carmel-based Bastian Solutions has plans to build a 90,000 SF facility in the NorthPoint development. The Village Park Plaza redevelopment at 2222 E. 146th Street will include almost 13,000 SF of shell space.