ANDERSON — Construction work has started to convert the former Carter Lumber property into the new headquarters of ALA Trucking.
Work has started on the site, 5625 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., to convert the former lumber yard into a headquarters, warehouse, truck service center and parts store.
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.
After nearly an hour of public comment and discussion, the Terre Haute City Council on Thursday voted 5 to 3 in support of a 10-year property tax abatement for a proposed new hotel on Terre Haute’s east side.
The tax abatement is for a new, $9.66 million Home2 Suites by Hilton being developed by Sycamore Hotel Partners near the intersection of Indiana 46 and Margaret Drive.
MISHAWAKA — The city council easily voted 9-0 to pass an added charge for the city’s electric customers Monday. But it went through a lengthy series of questions before approving the first step in a property tax abatement for about 30 condominiums and a café that Barak Group wants to build next to Beutter Park.