ANDERSON – A sister company to NTN Driveshaft will make a $98 million investment in Anderson that will bring 198 jobs to the city.
Anderson city officials will announce this morning that NTK Precision Axel Corp. will build a 300,000 square foot facility to the west of the NTN Driveshaft building near 73rd Street and Layton Road.
NTK hopes to start production at the Anderson facility in October 2018. The last of the 198 jobs are expected to be created by 2021.
Greenwood’s mayor unveiled plans Monday to invest $30 million into transforming the city’s sleepy downtown into an urban oasis.
New shops, restaurants, parks and apartments will bring a cool factor to the historic downtown corridor near Main Street and Madison Avenue, said Mayor Mark Myers, who released details during a 2 p.m. news conference at the Greenwood City Center.
Rehabilitation and stabilization of a historic building in the heart of Crothersville are completed.
Now, the two-story brick structure at the corner of Howard and Armstrong streets is on the market.
ANDERSON – The owners of Raceway Industrial Park in Anderson have acquired a nearby property from the RACER Trust. The nearly 15-acre tract previously served as parking for the old General Motors facilities. Tower Anderson LLC says the property will be used to expand the park’s parking and storage capacity.
Indianapolis Indiana Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith and Hobart Mayor Brian K. Snedecor joined executives of NB Coatings, a Japan-owned manufacturer of automotive coatings for plastics, today as the company broke ground on its new northwest Indiana facility, creating up to 22 new jobs by 2018. Among all U.S. states, Indiana has the largest amount of Japanese investment per capita with more than 250 Japan-based businesses operating in Indiana today, said Governor Mike Pence. As a state, we’ve made it a top priority to establish a pro-growth business environment that is attracting job creation from across the globe, and today Im proud to welcome yet another international business to the Hoosier state.
Source: Illinois-Based Manufacturer Expanding in Lake County – 6/28/2016 – IN.GOV
CHICAGO – Chicago residents are already grumbling about the likelihood of paying significantly higher property taxes this year, and the bills haven’t even been sent out yet.
Source: Tax bills heading up for Chicago property owners
An Indianapolis developer wants to build a four story, $25 million student apartment building next to Indiana State University, but is asking for a five-year tax abatement from the city.
A groundbreaking ceremony is set Monday for a shell building at a Wabash Valley industrial property. The $3.3 million project at Vermillion Rise Mega Park is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Terre Haute-based Garmong Development Company LLC purchased the site from the Newport Chemical Deport Reuse Authority and it will locate the 50,000 square-foot facility on parts of 32 acres. Park officials say plans call for it to be expandable to more than 200,000 square-feet. Plans for the project have been progressing more than two years.
The developer of a new student apartment complex at 220-224 N. Third St. is seeking a five-year tax abatement from the city, according to an amended application filed with the city clerk’s office.
The Terre Haute City Council is expected to discuss the abatement during tonight’s sunshine meet, which begins at 6 p.m.
Earlier, the Indianapolis-based private developer of Annex 41 had requested a nine-year tax abatement for the $25 million student housing project, which would be on property currently owned by the Terre Haute Boys & Girls Club. But on Wednesday, the attorney for the developer — Annex Student Living — submitted an amended application for a five-year abatement.