SomeraRoad has opened its newest office in Indianapolis. The company, which recently became majority owner of the city’s historic Stutz property, has headquarters in Nashville and New York City, with satellite offices in Cleveland and Pittsburgh.

The company’s development team first entered the Indianapolis market with its purchase of an industrial property in 2017. It later purchased several former Marsh Supermarkets properties, including its Fishers headquarters in 2019.

“Indianapolis has a rich history, thriving culture and an extremely bright future,” said founder and Principal Ian Ross. “We’ve spent a lot of time here during the past several years, and the more we get to know it, the more we love it. My team and I look forward to growing here, hiring local professionals, and helping the community reach its maximum potential.”

SomeraRoad and its leaders say they look forward to establishing even stronger roots in central Indiana during the coming years.

In addition to the new office, SomeraRoad announced Imran Haris as its newest team member. Working out of the Indianapolis office, the company says Haris will focus on redevelopment of the Stutz and the company’s other projects in the region.

“When SomeraRoad discussed their vision for Stutz and the company’s strategy for growth in Indianapolis, I knew it was going to be a great fit,” said Haris. “Like me, they believe in Indianapolis and recognize the city’s tremendous potential.”

Haris previously worked for Indianapolis-based Keystone Group, managing real estate development and construction projects in the multifamily, healthcare and hospitality sectors.