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Posted on: August 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Graham Rahal Brands to build in Creekside Corporate Park

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Graham Rahal Brands (GR Brands) has entered into an agreement with the Zionsville Economic Redevelopment Commission (RDC) to purchase lots in Creekside Corporate Park. Graham Rahal, president of GR Brands, will build a 115,000-square-foot headquarters on lots 10 and 11 in Creekside Corporate Park. Rahal plans to invest $15 – 20 million and bring 80 – 100 high-tech jobs to Zionsville.

The RDC approved term sheets during the August 5, 2022 meeting for GR Brands to build their headquarters in Creekside Corporate Park. The lots are located off 106th Street west of the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) corporate headquarters that is currently under construction. 

Rahal’s new facility will serve as the headquarters for Rahal’s various companies, housing Graham Rahal Performance (GRP), Rahal Ducati Indianapolis, Rahal Paint Protection and the Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation. The building will include an automotive center with specialty sales and service for both four-wheeled vehicles and motorcycles, an auto spa for detailing, installation of paint protection film, ceramic coatings and window tinting, indoor vehicle storage, an auto-themed restaurant and small event space, Rahal Racing Museum and corporate offices.

When presenting to the RDC on why he chose Zionsville, Rahal said, “Our family has made a big commitment to Zionsville with the RLL facility [in] Creekside. We feel like that showcases the quality of building that we want to put up. That showcases the quality of work and the expectation of our family and the way we carry ourselves… I feel like it works really well to have RLL next door.”

“With our state known as the ‘Racing Capital of the World,’ it is a strong fit to have both Graham Rahal Brands and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing located in Creekside Corporate Park in this uniquely Zionsville setting,” said Mayor Emily Styron. “I am very excited about this project and other projects in the works for Creekside Corporate Park.”

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