Lake Business Center
The Lake Business Center is under construction in Munster. Manufacturing remains central to the Northwest Indiana economy, but much of the growth is now taking place in suburban business parks.
The Lake Business Center in Munster is shown under construction in March. Construction has been rebounding, and nonresidential construction is expected to rise by 5.8 percent this year.
The Lake Business Center is shown under construction in Munster. Non-residential construction is expected to grow by 5.8 percent this year as hotels and retail chains expand, according to the American Institute of Architects. Such a surge would be a boon for steelmakers, who have struggled b…
The Lake Business Center is shown under construction in Munster. Construction has been rebounding, and nonresidential construction is expected to rise by 5.8 percent this year.
MUNSTER | Noodles & Co. and Meatheads Burgers & Fries will begin serving up their specialties in Munster by mid-2014.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's commerce agency has finalized a record number of incentive deals with Hoosier companies planning to expand their existing operations and out-of-state companies promising to relocate to Indiana.
MUNSTER| A growing air conditioning component manufacturer needed room to expand and decided to uproot and move across the state border.
Two more businesses are shifting operations from south Cook County across the state line to Northwest Indiana.
Representatives from the town of Munster and Homewood Suites break ground for the new Homewood Suites, on the north side of the Lake Business Center.
MUNSTER | A symbolic groundbreaking Thursday for the new Hilton Homewood Suites Extended Stay Hotel signaled the start of major development in the northwest section of the Lake Business Center.
MUNSTER | Restaurants such as Noodles & Company and Meatheads Burgers and Fries could be coming to the Lake Business Center in Munster.
After nearly 105 years as a town, Munster continues to flourish and evolve.
MUNSTER | Economic development continues to unlock opportunities in Munster.
The old Simmons Mattress warehouse is being demolished to make room for the new Lake Business Center in Munster.
MUNSTER | The Munster Town Council will meet in special session at 4 p.m. Wednesday to consider an amendment to the Lake Business Center bond sale.
MUNSTER | More than $19 million in economic development bonds could be on the market later this week, issued by the town to renovate and add to the Lake Business Center along Calumet Avenue at Fran Lin Parkway.
MUNSTER | With the approval of the town's comprehensive plan last spring, Munster began charting a course for development over the next 20 years.
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