Several relocations and expansions of company headquarters are in the works for Carmel.
One of the newest announcements is that Delta Faucet Company wants to expand its headquarters at 111th and Meridian streets to the tune of around $15 million.
A four-story, 80,582 square-foot expansion is in the works for the Carmel-based company that specializes in kitchen and bathroom faucets. The new building will feature a lab, café, outdoor garden space, a courtyard and walking and running trails. Construction should begin by the end of 2015.
This news follows several recent announcements about company headquarters in Carmel.
The Liberty Fund, a private, educational nonprofit foundation, is working with the Carmel Plan Commission as they seek to build a 63,101 square-foot headquarters office building on 8.5 acres at 11301 N. Meridian St. within the U.S. Highway 31 Corridor Overlay Zone. It will be a two-story building with a partial basement. The developer aims to preserve the nearby wooded area and create a walking path for employees, according to city planning reports.
The Liberty Fund helps, “encourage the study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals” through organizing educational activities, publishing books and hosting conferences.
Baltimore-based developer Atapco Properties is also planning a $7-million-plus remodel of its corporate center at the southeast corner of Carmel Drive and Guilford Avenue.
In addition, American Specialty Health decided to move its corporate headquarters from San Diego to Carmel, to lease 72,693 square feet on four floors of the Hamilton Crossing III building at 12800 N. Meridian St. The company invested more than $10 million to relocate to Carmel and expects to create as many as 675 jobs by 2016.