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Roundup: Broken Beaker coming to Mass Ave, Rural King to Greenwood

A distillery is set to take the space formerly occupied by Bikes on Mass Ave, which plans to reopen nearby with a concept hawking beer and coffee. Plus: Mooyah burgers in Noblesville, go-karting in Fishers, and a craft brewery in Carmel.
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Developer updates plans for Broad Ripple apartment project

Browning Investments has dubbed its apartment-and-retail development to be built along the Central Canal as The Coil. Its 150 units are more than originally envisioned.
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Trucking company buys former off-airport parking land

Knight Transportation paid $4 million for the site in Plainfield and plans to build a driving school where a parking firm once operated before it was purchased last year by a competitor.
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Vacant downtown lot where temple once stood finally sells

John Watson of Core Redevelopment bought the site at the southeast corner of 10th and Delaware streets and plans to build a small office and residential project on the property.
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Update: Giordano's targeting more than one Indy location

The CEO of the Chicago-based pizzeria says he's scouting downtown locations and hopes to have a lease signed within the next three months.
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Redesign of Mass Ave parking lot to feature Greek sculpture

The 16-foot-tall piece is a representation of Prometheus that the Indianapolis Professional Firefighters Union is commissioning from Bloomington artist Dale Enochs.
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Roundup: Vitality Bowls, Corner Bakery among Carmel debuts

Eateries set to open in Carmel in the next few months include Vitality Bowls and Corner Bakery Cafe, while Thai Paradise launches in downtown Indianapolis.
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Update: Restaurateur gets go-ahead on Amici’s project

The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission signed off on Mike Cunningham's plans for the downtown restaurant site, which include renovation of the existing building and construction of a new structure.
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Local developer plans to raze homes for Broad Ripple apartment project

The $5 million, 24-unit project would be built on Winthrop Avenue just west of the Monon Trail, where five rental homes would need to be demolished.
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Transit center construction: A bird's-eye view

Construction on the new downtown transit hub progressing nicely. Check out the view from atop the City-County Building. And for real-time action, IndyGo is chronicling the construction via webcam.
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