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Roundup: Twist, Marco's, Yats, Side Street, 14 West

January 2, 2013
Find out about the latest comings and goings among central Indiana restaurants including a new cocktail lounge in South Broad Ripple and the departure of a downtown fine-dining staple.

The Fashion Mall upgrade: Kate Spade, Lucy, Microsoft

December 27, 2012
More top-shelf, first-in-Indiana retail shops have inked deals to join the lineup at The Fashion Mall at Keystone. And more.

Kroger redevelopment plans for 16th Street on hold again

December 20, 2012
A long-simmering plan by Kroger to build a new store to replace the cramped, old-format location at 16th and Central Avenue is on hold again after the chain failed to acquire a key parcel.

Retail roundup: Everything's better with coffee? And more

December 19, 2012
Two new retail concepts are hoping to cash in by pairing their offerings with coffee. Plus: Comings and goings among other retailers.

On the market: 1926 theater, home to The Emerson

December 13, 2012
An eastside theater built in 1926 is up for sale with an asking price of $145,000.

New entertainment venues heat up Clearwater Crossing

December 11, 2012
Two huge new dining and entertainment attractions are scheduled to open on back-to-back days next week, both at Clearwater Crossing.

Restaurant roundup: BW3, RA Nightclub, Mo's, Popeyes

December 4, 2012
A new arrival in Broad Ripple and a high-profile move lead off the latest Indianapolis restaurant roundup.

Homegrown Oxford Shop closing after 30-year run

December 3, 2012
Local retail comings and goings include the closure of Oxford Shop and Old Farm Market and pending arrival of Lilly's Soap Kitchen and Handcrafted Wares.

Fun with renderings: $27M Hyatt Place in Bloomington

November 28, 2012
Developers plan to break ground next year on a $27 million Hyatt Place hotel just southwest of the Courthouse Square in Bloomington.

Roundup: Athleta, WB Pizza, Sabbatical, Blaze BBQ

November 27, 2012
A fresh roundup includes a new yoga outfitter, a homegrown small-plates restaurant, and a pizza arrival/pizza departure.

Southport Plaza replaces Borders, Linens n Things

November 16, 2012
Two new anchor tenants are taking a total of 58,000 square feet in Southport Plaza at U.S. 31 and Shelby Street on the south side, bringing the shopping center to full occupancy for the first time in more than four years.

Restaurant, brewery planned for former Monon Fitness

November 14, 2012
Two local entrepreneurs are planning a restaurant, brewery, entertainment venue and aquaponic farming operation for a 1.4 acre parcel along the Monon Trail south of Broad Ripple.

Homegrown Oobatz! taking former home of Uno pizzeria

November 12, 2012
The Zionsville restaurant Oobatz! is adding a second location in the former home of Uno Chicago Grill along East 82nd Street in front of the Clearwater Crossing shopping center.

$12M apartment project serving homeless veterans planned for former foundry

November 8, 2012
City and local not-for-profit officials plan to break ground Thursday (Nov. 8) on the city's first supportive housing facility for homeless veterans.

Restaurant roundup: Drake's, El Rodeo, Granite City

November 7, 2012
A few new restaurants are popping up around Indianapolis, including a popular restaurant and bar and a sit-down Mexican chain.

Deylen offers another vision for Mass Ave redevelopment

November 1, 2012
A little post-Halloween candy for Property Lines readers: Check out the renderings of an unsuccessful Mass Ave redevelopment proposal from locally based Deylen Development.

Roundup: Einstein, Lush, Olive Garden, First Watch

October 31, 2012
Leading off the latest restaurant and retail roundup: A couple of national chains including Olive Garden and Ulta Beauty are expanding in central Indiana and a couple of others including Einstein Bros. Bagels and Goodwill are moving.

$43M Mass Ave project to feature 235 apartments, three-story screen

October 25, 2012
City officials this morning unveiled plans for a $43 million redevelopment of a prime Mass Ave parcel occupied by the Indianapolis Fire Department.

Fun with renderings: $6.6M Illinois Place Apartments

October 23, 2012
Development partners The Whitsett Group and The Children's Museum of Indianapolis held a ceremonial groundbreaking this morning for a planned $6.6 million redevelopment of part of the former home of Winona Hospital.

Pampered pet roundup: Barkefellers sniffs out Avon

October 17, 2012
The popular Barkefellers pet hotel and spa on the south side is planning to open a new complex offering boarding, grooming, training and canine massage in the Avon area.

Roundup: Fat Dan's Deli, McNamara, Teddy's Burger

October 16, 2012
Retail and restaurant vacancies are disappearing at a rapid clip around Indianapolis. Find out which concepts are coming soon.

Bank taking advantage of billboard downtown location

October 2, 2012
Looks like Greensburg-based MainSource Bank intends to take full advantage of its new high-profile downtown branch location.

Butler picks developer for $45M campus project

October 1, 2012
Butler University trustees have picked locally based Keystone Group to build a parking, retail and residential project on campus between Clowes Hall and Hinkle Fieldhouse.

Owner of Kahn's Fine Wines puts real estate up for sale

September 24, 2012
The owner of Kahn's Fine Wines & Spirits is trying to sell two buildings where it operates, one downtown and another along 86th Street at Township Line Road.

A happy conclusion to the saga of restaurant Calle 52?

September 13, 2012
The proposed restaurant Calle 52 is getting a new look and new name and is moving forward after two years of squabbles with neighbors.

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