We are proud of one of our own, Dustin S. Yancey, for participating in the Cops & Kids Program in Anderson, Indiana. This year, the program helped 75 children get $100 worth of Christmas presents each. The children went shopping with officers from the Anderson Police Department at the local Walmart store. Yancey, who also serves as Project Assistant/IT at Envoy, Inc., commented, "One of the things I enjoy the most about this program is that it sheds light on some of the good things that cops do for their communities. When I was shopping with Evan, it was as impactful for me as it was for him."
We are honored and excited to be selected CM on this awesome project happening in Broad Ripple. Located at Westfield Boulevard and Winthrop Avenue, the building once served as Broad Ripple Steakhouse but is about to undergo major renovations to attract a new restaurant to the space. The smaller structure on Winthrop will be demolished an office building will take its place. Learn more about the project and the building's history here.
Two years ago, founder and CEO of The Borrowed Boutique Emma Hostetter was a stay-at-home mom. Today, her rental service for high-end and special-occasion children's clothing brings in $15k a month. Hostetter started her rental service through a Facebook page, but now she is leasing a space at The Edge in Fishers, IN, and is working with Fishers-based Sticksnleaves to develop a custom inventory-management system and e-commerce tools for the business. Although most of The Borrowed Boutique's revenue is generated by out-of-state customers, Hostetter plans to expand the business locally by offering services like fittings, pick-ups, and drop-offs. To learn more about why Hostetter is considered "a great role model for entrepreneurs and for thinking about the future economy of Indiana," see the full IBJ article here.
The Well Coffeehouse, a nonprofit that was started in Tennessee, just opened its first location in Indiana at The Edge in Fishers. The Well puts its profits towards building wells (which cost anywhere from $1,500 to $13,000) in needy areas all over the world. Learn more about the owners and how their location at The Edge helped them to turn a profit in just 8 weeks here.
Development continues in downtown Brownsburg, Indiana. Envoy will begin construction The Brownsburg Office Suites, a two-story project including 110 office suites, three conference rooms and a co-working space. Redefining the traditional office environment, the Brownsburg Office suites will provide all-inclusive amenities, low overhead, and high impact results for entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses. For more info, visit our Office Suites website.