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Late Night on Main St Carmel IN

Posted in Community Events on May 26th, 2017 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

City of Carmel

www.carmel.in.gov                                              One Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032

 

NEWS RELEASE

 

Date:            May 25, 2017

Contact:      Nancy Heck (317) 571-2474

Release:       Immediate

 

 

‘Late Night on Main’ returns to Main Street

Friday night event is first of 4 street parties in 2017

 

CARMEL, IN –Are you ready for a late night street party in the Carmel Arts & Design District? Join us Friday, May 26, from 9 p. m. to Midnight for the first of four “Late Night on Main” events on Main Street. The City will shut down the block just east of Range Line Road to make way for musical entertainment from the Carl Storie Band, dancing in the street and enjoying the eats and treats from local vendors who will be staying up late with us.

Late Night on Main was launched in 2016 as part of the U.S. Mayors Conference Opening Night celebration. The city received a great deal of positive feedback on that event and another held in conjunction with the BMW Championship, prompting the expansion to four events in 2017.

“Our goal with these exciting late night events in the Arts & Design District is to boost our night life entertainment and bring people together to share music, dining and a little shopping in a unique setting under the stars,” said Mayor Jim Brainard. “The events also provide a great opportunity to see the new developments underway and businesses in the District that they might not notice if they only drive through or have not visited recently.”

With our goal of bringing more attention to different sections of Main Street, the Late Night on Main events will be moved east and west on Main Street throughout the year. Last year, both events were held in the city block near the Monon Greenway, but this year, our first Late Night on Main will be a few blocks to the west. Patrons on the patios of Woody’s Library Restaurant and Agave Mexican Grill will have front row seats to the show!

This means Main Street from Range Line Road to 1st Avenue NE/NW will be closed Friday beginning about 3 p.m. so preparations can be made, including the placement of a stage for the band. Detour signs will be in place to direct traffic around the closure.  Plan for extra time Friday evening if your commute includes Main Street.

Mark your calendars for upcoming Late Night on Main events July 1, August 19 and October 7.

Parking is available at city parking garages and other public parking spaces. Click here to see a parking map.  (carmelartsanddesign.com/images/Carmel_District_ParkingMap.pdf)

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Monon Greenway Widening

Posted in Community Events on February 13th, 2017 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

City of Carmel
www.carmel.in.gov One Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032

NEWS RELEASE

Date: February 7, 2017
Contact: Nancy Heck (317) 571-2474
Release: Immediate

Monon Greenway to be widened through Midtown, Arts & Design District; new bike lanes, sidewalks, green spaces

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel announced today a major widening and expansion of the popular Monon Greenway through the heart of Midtown and the Arts & Design District – a new Monon Boulevard that will transform the current 12-foot wide path into a multi-faceted 140-foot wide right-of-way section that will include new dedicated lanes for cycling, buffer zones, sidewalks, green spaces, one-way streets with additional parking on either side of the trail and a new Midtown Plaza at 4th Street SW near the Allied Solutions corporate headquarters.
The expanded trail will serve a rapidly growing Midtown redevelopment area where the city is partnering with private developers to create a new, vibrant corridor connecting our City Center and Arts & Design redevelopment districts, which will include a mix of offices, restaurants, retail and residential units in what was once city’s primary industrial area.
“This new expanded Monon Boulevard will quickly become a major epicenter of activity in Midtown and the Arts & Design District; a place where our residents and visitors will be able to take a stroll after a show at the Palladium, walk or bike to dinner or spend a Saturday afternoon with their children and pets on the trail or in one of many new green spaces and plazas,” said Mayor Jim Brainard. “It is also designed to function as a corridor for many who will live and work in this area, providing a safe way to commute to their jobs or take a short walk to the market.”
An average of more than 300,000 people run, walk or bike on the Monon Greenway from Main Street traveling south to the Palladium each year, making it one of the most congested stretches of the trail in Carmel. The new project will separate those who are on the trail for leisure and those who are more aggressively seeking physical activity.
In addition, the plans call for neighborhood green spaces, additional trees, arts plazas, community benches, kiosks, spray plaza, bocce ball court, connections to popular destinations and the Midtown Plaza that will feature bicycle parking, public art, outdoor café spaces and other features.
Plans call for work to begin by July of 2017 and take about 12 months to complete. The estimated cost of the Monon Boulevard and Midtown Plaza projects ranges from $20 million to $23 million, which will come from a variety of sources including bonds and developer commitments. The Monon Greenway will be detoured during portions of this construction project.

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Midwest Living Magazine Features Carmel IN

Posted in Community Events on February 10th, 2014 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

 

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The secret’s getting out…Carmel, Indiana is a great place to live and work! If you’re new to the Carmel real estate market or have been a long-time Carmel homeowner, you already know that Carmel is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. Midwest Living magazine featured Carmel IN in one of it’s issues, touting its appeal to the creative set, as well as growing families.

The article mentioned the Indiana Design center, where Carmel homeowners can shop for home décor as well as find home services to spruce up or remodel their homes. You can find Midwest Living’s full review of the Indiana Design Center here.  Along with the Indiana Design Center, the Carmel Arts and Design District also features a number of art galleries, antique stores and boutique shops, where Carmel homeowners can find that special something for their home. Of course, once you’re done shopping for your home, you can take in a yummy meal and one of numerous downtown Carmel restaurants and bars.

Try Bub’s Burgers for a good ole fashioned hamburger and milkshake or check out Divvy for a unique dining experience that features small plates and shared dishes. Other popular downtown Carmel eateries include Bazbeaux Pizza, Detour, Matt the Miller’s Tavern, Mudbugs Cajun Café and Huddles Frozen Yogurt.  Once your stomach is full, take in a show at Carmel’s Palladium, which features year-round concerts, shows and theatre productions.

Whether you’re a new homebuyer, a move-up buyer or an empty nester, the Carmel, Indiana real estate market has something for everyone. With steadily rising home prices and a healthy inventory of available homes, both buyers and sellers thrive in the Carmel, Indiana real estate market.

Find out more about Carmel and all it has to offer homeowners by visiting the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau at Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Sources:

Midwest Living Magazine

Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Growth and Real Estate in Carmel Indiana

Posted in Carmel/Westfield Neighborhoods on November 13th, 2013 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment
Did you know that Carmel is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana located in one of the fastest growing counties in the nation?  “Our exceptional increase in population is a testament to Carmel’s high quality of life. Carmel’s excellent school system, careful city planning and outstanding amenities differentiate Carmel and make it an attractive place for both residents and businesses to locate. While we are happy that there has been growth in general, we are especially proud of the type of managed growth we have achieved, which has led to our large cash reserves, reasonable debt levels and low taxes,” said Mayor Jim Brainard.
Due to the city’s growth pattern, the real estate market has remained at a constant, avoiding the highs and lows experienced in other parts of the U.S.
Homes in Carmel offer a wide array of living options designed to accommodate your lifestyle. From condos on the Monon Trail to custom-built luxury homes on the golf course.  There is something for everyone!
Click on this video link to learn more about the great city of Carmel, Indiana!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwAmZOnmqeQ&feature=c4-overview&list=UUehYsbi2i8jGvjkmE9cSPmg

Carmel Arts and Design Gallery Walks – Young Professionals

Posted in First time homebuyer on June 7th, 2013 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

Carmel Arts and Design Gallery Walks Provide Young Professionals with Another Cultural Outlet

Carmel and Westfield young professionals can tour local art galleries every second Saturday of the month at the Carmel Arts and Design art galleries art walk.   The walks take place from 5 to 10 p.m. and include live entertainment, food, themes and other fun events like scavenger hunts. Galleries that participate in the walks include ArtSplash, Eye on Art, Magdelena Gallery of Art, Renaissance Fine Art and Design, Evan Laurie Fine Art, French Bleu, Mary Johnson Studio, Trilridge Fine Art and Soori Gallery.

Local businesses also participate and offer special deals to gallery walk participants. For example, for the Spring Scavenger Hunt Gallery Walk, Denise Sherman serenaded guests, Share the Music Club from Carmel High school entertained participants and caricaturist Kim Graham drew pictures of gallery walkers. Wine and Canvas also provided free art lessons. Participants also took part in a scavenger hunt, looking for clues at each gallery and receiving a prize for completing the hunt.

For more information on the Carmel Arts and Design District, local art galleries and upcoming gallery walks, visit www.carmelartsanddesign.com.

 

Carmel Arts and Design District- Carmel IN

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Carmel Arts and Design District

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