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Welcome to Property Lines, Indy's source for neighborhood real estate news. Your host is Scott Olson, IBJ's real estate beat reporter. Founded by Cory Schouten.

New $55M downtown hotel shares architect with Cummins project

Deborah Berke & Partners is the architect on the nine-story project from hotelier 21c. If the name sounds familiar, it's because the firm designed what should be another signature building on downtown's east side.
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Greenwood seeking to demolish unfinished El Rodeo building

City officials hope to raze the structure near County Line Road and Emerson Avenue, left partially built by the Mexican chain whose owners recently pleaded guilty to criminal theft.


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Roundup: Einstein bagel shops closing, Under Armour coming to Fashion Mall

The downtown Einstein location and the chain's Fishers store closed Tuesday—joining another location that shut down in recent months—as part of a company reorganization.
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Fresh Thyme to anchor $37M Broad Ripple development

The specialty grocer has committed to occupying 35,000 square feet at Browning Investments' apartment-and-retail project along the Central Canal. Construction is set to begin next month.
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Design changes shorten downtown tower project

Flaherty & Collins execs joined city officials Wednesday morning to break ground on the $121 million, 28-story downtown development, which was renamed 360 Market Square. Design changes have shaved about 70 feet from the tower's originally planned height.
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Walgreens pharmacy setting up shop on Mass Ave

The chain will occupy 2,500 square feet on the ground level of the 3 Mass building at the head of the bustling avenue and should be open within the next few months.
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Jockamo pizzeria nearing Fort Harrison opening

The owners of the popular pie place founded in Irvington hope to have their third spot operating by mid-April, just down the street from Triton Brewing Co.
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Roundup: Bent Rail opens, Yard House coming in March

Beside beer joints, a breakfast cafe is coming to the Switch development in Fishers, while a couple of Texas Roadhouse-owned restaurants are putting down stakes on the south side.
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Dinosaur Bar-B-Que’s design falls flat with historic preservation board

The restaurant chain wants to open in part of the former Nordstrom space downtown, but proposed designs have struck out with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission.
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Depression-era downtown parking garage closed for renovations

The new owner of the garage on East Market Street is investing $2 million to refurbish the facility in hopes of reopening it in June.
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