In the spring of 2017, the Sugar Creek Township Fire Department and Envoy broke ground on a new firehouse, Station 42. Built to replace an existing firehouse from the 1970’s, the finished product was designed to increase response times and to modernize the living quarters for the men and women firefighters of Sugar Creek Township.
Just before Elevate Brownsburg celebrated the grand opening on Wednesday, Jun. 7, 2018, Inside Indiana Business interviewed Elevate Office President, Scott Baldwin, to get a sneak peak of the more than 100 office suites, modern conference rooms, and inspiring co-working spaces.
Learn more about the transformation of Arbuckle Acres Park in downtown Brownsburg, Indiana and how Elevate Brownsburg has created an instant ecosystem for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
First announced in May 2017, construction on the Elevate Brownsburg Office Suites is on-time for a spring opening. Envoy Companies is currently hiring for a community manager, and leasing will begin soon.
Located in the $80 million Arbuckle Acres Park development, Elevate Brownsburg boasts 113 class-A office suites, four conference rooms, and a coworking space. Construction crews are currently working to complete the interior painting, installation of the elevator cab, the tile work in the bathrooms and lobby, ceiling tiles installation, and staining the concrete floors. On the exterior, as the weather warms, crews will re-mobilize to resume the brick, stone, and siding facade. Full construction is expected to be completed in May.
Envoy is currently in the hiring process for a full-time community manager. This position is expected to be hired in March and will facilitate leasing of the office suites. With construction wrapping-up, interested tenants should sign up for more information at www.ElevateBrownsburg.com and be on the look-out for pre-lease and public open house opportunities.
Elevate Brownsburg is the first project to begin construction in Arbuckle Acres Park. Additional development improvements to the area include public infrastructure upgrades, pedestrian and bicycle connectivity, and centrally-located public green entrance. Future redevelopment includes two mixed-use projects and a recreation center.
Thank you to everyone that braved the slick roads today for the "State of the County" Luncheon at Purgatory Golf Club with County Commissioner, Steve Dillinger. Special thanks to the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and Hamilton County, Indiana Government for a great event.
View Steve Dillinger's Full Prezi Presentation Here
After a quiet holiday week at the office with Team Envoy taking a much-needed breather, it feels good to hear the buzzing of employees around the barracks, working diligently for our clients. Last year was an exciting one for Envoy Companies with much to celebrate, but it’s 2018 that has me particularly enthusiastic.