Two Chicks and a Hammer coming to Noblesville

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Earlier this year, Mina Starsiak Hawk, one of the stars of the hit HGTV show “Good Bones,” announced the closure of her store, Two Chicks District Co., located in Bates-Hendricks, Indianapolis. 

Mina and her mother Karen E. Laine, after closing their store and ending their television show, are now eyeing a new location in Indiana.

The dynamic mother-daughter duo plans to relocate their store to Noblesville, a suburb of Indianapolis, and embark on new renovation projects within the city. A resident from Noblesville reached out to Mina and Laine. They asked them to open a store and work on rehab projects. This led to the exciting news.

Noblesville: The Perfect Fit

After visiting the city and meeting with Noblesville’s Mayor, Chris Jensen, Mina and Laine were impressed with the potential for growth and the preservation of the city’s historic core. Mayor Jensen said he had talked with Mina and Laine about the need for real growth and unique rehab project chances in downtown Noblesville.

Mayor Jensen has shared his excitement about the collaboration, and expects Mina and Laine to make an official announcement about their new location early in the New Year.

A New Chapter Begins

While the Two Chicks District Co. store located in Indy bids farewell to its loyal customers, the doors to a new home goods store in Noblesville are set to open in 2024. This exciting venture marks the beginning of a fresh chapter for Starsiak Hawk and Laine, who are ready to take on new projects and continue their passion for home renovation.

The new store in Noblesville will offer a wide range of small items, home decor, and furnishings, creating a haven for interior design enthusiasts. Visitors will also be greeted by a charming bistro near the entrance.

“Good Bones:” A Remarkable Journey

“Good Bones” captivated audiences for 8 seasons and over 100 episodes as Mina, Laine, and their dedicated team transformed homes on Indianapolis’ south side, with a focus on rejuvenating neighborhoods like Bates-Hendricks and Fountain Square. The show’s popularity soared, attracting over 21 million viewers in 2022.

While the television show may have come to an end, Mina’s journey as a home renovation expert is far from over. HGTV is in discussions with her about potential future projects, ensuring that fans will have more opportunities to witness her passion and expertise in helping others create their dream homes.

Stay Tuned for Updates!

If you’re a fan of Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E. Laine, be sure to stay tuned for updates on their new store in Noblesville and any exciting projects they have in the works. 

FAQ

What is Two Chicks District Co?

This is the store they are closing in Indianapolis and re-opening in Noblesville

Why did they end “Good Bones”?

Mina and her team were feeling it was time for a switch up. At any given point during the show, they were working between 5-8 projects at a time. Ending the show is a way for Mina to unwind and figure out what’s next.

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