WTHI - The highlight anticipated hotel will be located on the west side of the Sullivan Civic Center on N. Court St. Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb says the initial idea for a hotel began in 2013.
Tribune-Star - The Wabash River Regional Development Authority met Wednesday to discuss its disbursal of Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative grant money.
WTHI - Sullivan is welcoming a new business to town. The Hoosier Hospitality Hotel will be built at Sullivan Central Plaza. The owners recently finalized funding for the project.
On April 28, the Indiana General Assembly adopted HB 1001, the state's biennial budget bill, which includes an additional $500 million for READI 2.0 over the next two years. These funds will allow Indiana regional partnerships to once again submit applications to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) for funding projects that promote talent attraction and retention and economic growth.
West Central Indiana – The Wabash River Regional Development Authority (RDA) publicly voted on and announced the regional projects that are awarded READI dollars. Twenty-four projects spanning across Clay, Knox, Parke, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo Counties received funds totaling $20 million dollars from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC). Each project collectively works to advance the region’s quality of life and talent attraction and retention efforts. The Wabash River RDA has been working closing with the IEDC on funding roll-out since receiving the funds in December 2021.
Tribune-Star - The six county region in the Wabash River Development Authority has been awarded $20 million as part of the Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative (READI), which is a $500 million grant program run by the state and funded by federal COVID-19 funds.
West Central Indiana – The Wabash River Regional Development Authority (RDA) submitted its comprehensive READI proposal this week, totaling nearly $300 million in projects for West Central Indiana.
Inside INdiana Business - The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority has launched crowdfunding campaigns for three community projects through its CreatINg Places program. Each campaign is looking to raise $50,000 for projects in Clay City, Indianapolis, and Washington.
WTHI - A popular Terre Haute attraction hopes to expand, and the owners think it could be a tourism boost worthy of support from the county through grant disbursements and other funding.
Inside INdiana Business - Indianapolis-based Radiant Communities Development Corp. on Friday announced plans for a $14 million housing project in Sullivan. The developer said the project will include 40 lease-to-purchase townhomes and single-family homes.