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US31 Corridor
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Carmel, IN

Business in Carmel

Carmel has redeveloped much of its central core, creating a vibrant, walkable city. This attracts innovative businesses, creative developers and corporate headquarters that are excited to engage in this thriving community.

Carmel's Meridian Street Corridor is home to the second largest concentration of office workers in the state of Indiana. It is home to more than 80 corporate headquarters including Delta Faucet,, Alligion, CNO, MISO Energy, Telamon and Nextgear.

Carmel's strong, responsive government leaders understand the connection between high quality of life and economic development. They continue to expand the cultural and recreational opportunities available in the community so that employers can attract the type of workforce they need to compete in the global marketplace.

Carmel's latest Economic Development Brochure includes
more information about the business climate in Carmel, Indiana.

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Carmel Econ Dev brochure 2019 cover page

How to get to Carmel

High volume transportation routes such as Interstate 465, 65, 69 and 70 are easily accessed from Carmel. Major roadways, US 31 and Keystone Parkway, also pass through the City. Keystone Parkway has been reconstructed allowing for the free-flow of traffic with six roundabout interchanges for cross streets access.

Air travel is easily accessible from Carmel with three nearby airports. The Indianapolis International Airport is just 40 minutes from Carmel for easy connectivity to major air carriers. Additionally, the Indianapolis Executive Airport and Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport are just minutes away in neighboring towns.

Hamilton County Express and private taxi services provide other transportation options. Seniors also have transportation options through Prime Life Enrichment as well.

Carmel Supports Local Businesses

As part of the City's economic development initiative to work closely with local businesses, the Carmel Small Business Network (CSBN) was formed. CSBN hosts meetings between small business owners and City officials to encourage communication and to foster growth and development.

An active Chamber of Commerce, OneZone, promotes and encourages business by establishing a valuable working relationship between the community and its businesses. OneZone is a strong organization in Carmel and has successfully worked with the City to create a favorable commercial climate.


A coffee table style book, Carmel ‘round about right, chronicles this city’s incredible tale of growth and development with vivid text and vibrant photography.