Noblesville Business Roundup


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Riverview Health is currently working with the City of Noblesville for the construction of a new maintenance building at the back (south side) of the hospital campus at 395 Westfield Rd., Noblesville. The Noblesville Plan Commission gave a unanimous favorable recommendation on the request, and the Noblesville Common Council discussed the project at its July 26 meeting.

A new dog-grooming salon, Bill’s Dirty Dog Spaw, owned by Bill and Marcus Burnell-Wildridge, opened its doors last month, celebrating with a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 15. The business is at 1106 S. Eighth St., Noblesville and is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more, visit the business’ Facebook page, email, or call 317-773-5891.

Janus Developmental Services, 1555 Westfield Rd., Noblesville, is currently negotiating the purchase of the westward-adjacent Noblesville Golf and Batting Complex, 17400 Willowview Rd., Noblesville. As part of the negotiation, the City of Noblesville received a request from Janus for reimbursement and the settlement of purchase of right-of-way for the Midland Trace Trail along the complex. ***waiting for some updated information on this

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South of Chicago Pizza & Beef at 59 S. Ninth St., Noblesville, held its re-grand opening in last month. The restaurant features true Chicago thin crust and deep-dish pizzas, along with Italian beef sandwiches and beer. See a menu at

American Feeding Systems is relocating and expanding its current headquarters from 3497 Conner St., Noblesville, to 15425 Endeavor Dr., Noblesville. The custom-automation, fabrication and machine-manufacturing business will build a new, 16,400-square-foot facility to house its corporate offices. The building also will include space for light manufacturing. American Feeding Systems is making a total capital investment of approximately $1.6 million, and the expansion is working in part with a property tax phase-in from the City of Noblesville.

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Equicor Real Estate is currently working to get its development plans for a single- and multi-family housing project approved by the Noblesville Common Council. The development, to be known as Union Crossing, would sit at the Ind. 32/38 and Union Chapel Road juncture. ***waiting for some updated information on this

Last month, the Noblesville Common Council approved issuance of taxable economic development revenue bonds for the Embassy Suites and convention center development, off Exit 210 in Noblesville, initially approved by the city last October. The project, to be developed by Sun Development & Management Corp., includes the 198-room, seven-story hotel and a 20,000-square-foot convention center, as well as five commercial outlots. The construction loan for the project totals approximately $30 million.

Broccoli Bill’s, 15009 N. Gray Rd., Noblesville, is expanding its location and menu. The Gray Road Market by Broccoli Bill’s is doubling in size to 7,000 square feet. Caplinger’s Fresh Catch & Cuts and Natural Born Juicers will offer unique seafood, meats, juices and smoothies.

Through the month of June, Five Star Indy Auto, 1150 South St., Noblesville, completed a philanthropy project to benefit the Noblesville Fraternal Order of Police and its annual Shop With a Cop program during the holiday season. The business vowed to donate $100 from each vehicle sold to the program.

The United States Postal Service, during its 2016 Stamp Out Hunger campaign, collected 96,865 pounds of food from Hamilton County communities, up nearly 7,000 pounds from the year prior.

Justus Promendade LLC and Steven Kirkpatrick have petitioned to the City of Noblesville to build a micro hospital at 6139 Promenade Shops Blvd., Noblesville, within the Promenade Shops Planned Unit Development at the northeast corner of Westfield Road/Ind. 32 and Little Chicago Road. The only building currently in the PUD includes CVS Pharmacy, directly on the corner of the intersection, but the original planned development ordinance was adopted in 2006, with updates in the years following, by the city to create both residential and commercial development in the area.

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