Happy spring! Open for Business! is the Town’s quarterly update that welcomes new businesses and highlights changes to existing ones in Brownsburg. If we have missed a business, please send us a message and we’ll include it in the next update. Please support all of our local businesses by visiting them!
Rahal Ducati opened its doors in late February at 499 Southpoint Circle, Suite 104. As the only Ducati dealership in the state of Indiana, Ducati Indianapolis offers a vast inventory, full service department and friendly staff with over 20 years of experience in the motorcycle industry. The franchise is owned by professional race car driver and entrepreneur Graham Rahal.
Woman-owned, laser technology company SurClean selected Brownsburg as its new home in March. Located at 475 Northpoint Circle, Suite 400, President and CEO Susan L. Sprentall plans to invest approximately $1.3 million in personal property equipment and has projected the creation of 35 jobs at an average of $28 per hour.
A-1 Touch Interiors and Exteriors recently relocated to 1630 E. Northfield Drive, Suite 800. The company is proud to offer residential home cleaning and remodeling in the Brownsburg area.
Arni’s Restaurant celebrated its grand opening at 251 W. Northfield Dr. on March 17.
Primary care office, AilmMD, led by Lisa Youngblood, MD, opened for business in January at 690 W Northfield Drive, Suite 200.
Pet Supplies Plus opened in the former Pet Valu location in February. The self-serve wash station is still open to wash muddy pets!
Bru Burger officially opened its Green Street Depot location on March 15.
Homewatch CareGivers of Brownsburg, located at 41 A Motif Blvd, opened in early 2021.
Bulldog Community Gaming recently opened at 1060 E Main Street, Suite 302 in the Small Business Hub.
Big Red Liquors opened its third Brownsburg location at 8049 Ortho Lane in late January.
At the March 2 Redevelopment Commission meeting, our Economic Development team unveiled a plan to revitalize and beautify key focus areas in Brownsburg including East Main Street in order to attract more businesses to the south side of town. View the presentation
In 2020, the Town of Brownsburg received $42.8 million of estimated capital investments, which will create at least 290 jobs. We’re proud that despite the pandemic, companies continue to see Brownsburg as a viable place to launch a business.