Construction to Start on Mega Park Shell Building – Inside Indiana Business – Dan McGowan

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.

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Firm Brings 100 Jobs To City – Daily Journal – Annie Goeller

A building supplies manufacturer is bringing 100 jobs to Franklin in the next three years and remodeling a facility that has been vacant for years.

84 Lumber Co. plans to invest $5.6 million to remodel a facility on Graham Road and then will manufacture wood roof trusses, floor trusses and wall panels, according to a state news release.

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Work could start next year on $60M development in Carmel – WHIO – Associated Press

CARMEL, Ind. — Work could begin as early as next year on a $60 million redevelopment project in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel that includes a 224-unit apartment complex and office and retail space.

The Carmel City Council is expected to vote Dec. 7 on infrastructure incentives for the project called the Proscenium at the former Party Time Rental site. The council’s finance committee recommended approving the incentive package Thursday, The Indianapolis Star ( ) reports.

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Noblesville Offers $6M to lure Embassy Suites With Conference Center – IndyStar – Chris Sikich

Noblesville is offering more than $6 million in incentives to lure a $30 million Embassy Suites and attached conference center to I-69 Exit 210.

Mayor John Ditslear has made building a conference center one of his priorities. When Sun Development and Management Corp. approached the city with plans to build the hotel along the bustling interstate, Ditslear saw an opportunity. He asked what incentives the company would need to include an attached conference center in the project.

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