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Hamilton County - Fishers & Carmel

Brooks Park Starts Strong

FISHERS, IN — The first houses are being built and model homes could be ready by the fall of 2006. Brooks Park offers custom homes in eastern Fishers, with prices ranging from $300,000 to $1 million. The 250-acre site between 96th Street and 104th Street by Olio Road will include three communities, Claiborne Farms, Normandy Farms and Mill Ridge Farms.

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Hamilton County is the 18th Fastest-Growing County in the U.S.

HAMILTON COUNTY, IN — From 2000 to 2005, Hamilton County, Indiana had a 32 percent increase in population, making it the 18th fastest-growing county in the country. There are many attractive features alluring home buyers to Hamilton County, including top-ranked schools, convenient parks and other great amenities.

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Geist Area Continues to Grow

FISHERS, IN — The Southeast corner of Hamilton County is seeing another building boom ignite in the area. New pockets of strip malls with spas, dry cleaners and beauty salons, restaurants, banks, and other businesses are appearing and improvements to the roads and schools are being made. And it seems that all this new construction continues to fuel the growth.

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Cul-de-sac is Youth Haven

FISHERS, IN — The Brooks Landing cul-de-sac, located near 104th street and Olio Road, is never lacking entertainment or a friendly face. Always full of young people playing football, basketball, and riding their bikes, the youth of this neighborhood have come to be great friends in the short time they have lived here.

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Booming Intersection near Brooks Park and Brooks Landing Supports this Highly Desirable Area

FISHERS, IN — Hamilton County has seen a lot of growth over the last decade, but the Fisher's intersection at 116th and Olio Road is booming — with businesses.

On three of the intersection corners, shopping centers, banks, offices, and restaurants are being built at a record pace. Most businesses are currently open, including a new Kroger Supermarket.

The increase in commercial property comes after a boom in residential development. The corner is in the middle of a region of high incomes, high home values and high potential for more of the same trends.

This story was inspired from an article published on November 20, 2004 in the Indianapolis Star; story by Bruce C. Smith.

Delaware County - Muncie

State Chamber Names Muncie Top Community

By Michael McBride, The Star Press
November 14, 2004

MUNCIE, IN — Thirteen years after being named Community of the Year by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Muncie is again the group's statewide selection.

The city was given the award for 2005 on Wednesday, making it the first repeat winner since the designation was initially awarded at the ICOC's annual dinner in 1990.

"Muncie's effort to revitalize itself and provide businesses with an economically viable base distanced the community's entry from others," said Kevin Brinegar, ICOC President. "A number of communities were very, very deserving, but Muncie continues to add quality-of-life initiatives that result in economic development."

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Asset Midwest LLC

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, May 6, 2003 — Asset Midwest, LLC, a leading Indianapolis new home builder and developer, posted its new website online today as part of an integrated marketing and branding campaign that incorporates a variety of media, including print, Internet, signage and other targeted tactics.

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