Noblesville October Business Roundup

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Last month, Beck’s Chimney Sweep expanded to new offices at 10340 Pleasant St., Suite 300. The business has been in Noblesville for 30 years and is owned by Dave and Carmen Clift.

On Sept. 27, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear gave his annual State of the City address, where he reviewed ongoing and upcoming projects. To read the story, visit youarecurrent.com.

On Oct. 19, the Noblesville Technical Advisory Committee will consider a preliminary development plan, construction plans and a secondary play for the Hamilton County Judicial Center expansion project by the Hamilton County Commissioners and American Structurepoint.

Construction plans for a 24-space parking lot in the Saxony Corporate Campus are going through the city. The lot would be near Lot KK at 13890 Cabela Pkwy., where Duluth Trading Company sits. Interstate Holdings and American Structurepoint filed the plans.

MI Homes is constructing a single-family residential development on 25 acres consisting of 53 lots, to be known as Bayside of Noblesville, west of 206th Street and Hague Road.

A preliminary development plan for Crossroads of Noblesville, a mixed-use residential and commercial development project, has been filed with the City of Noblesville by Boomerang Development, LLC and Civil Site Design east of Ind. 32 and 38 intersection. On 84 acres, it is proposed that there will be 115 single-family lots and 172 multi-family units. An additional 16.5 acres will house commercial development.

Pulte Homes and HWC Engineering are looking to build 35 single-family, residential lots on 34 acres of property north of the intersection of Cherry Tree Road and Kippford Street. The development would be called Manors at Lochaven.

Beazer Homes of Indiana, LLP and Weihe Engineering have proposed preliminary development plans for a residential development on approximately 60 acres north of Town and Country Boulevard, east of the Town and Country Commercial Development and south of Pleasant Street, to be known as Miller’s Walk. The development would feature 168 units on 84 lots.

Sly Run, Inc. and Stoeppelwerth and Associates proposed preliminary development plans last month to the City of Noblesville for the build of 28 single-family lots to be known as Sagewood. The development is proposed for a 21-acre property on the south side of Ind. 38, 2233 Sheridan Rd., Noblesville.

The newest members of the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce include: Bash Boutique, Stony Creek Early Learning Center, Hamilton Town Dentistry, Priority Communications, League of Women Voters of Hamilton County, A I R Destination and Event Management and Myra Daubenspeck – Berkshire Hathaway.

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