Fashion Mall at Keystone

Shapiro's to open restaurant in Fashion Mall

September 4, 2014
Jeff Newman
The 4,200-square-foot restaurant will be about 60 percent smaller than Shapiro’s downtown flagship location, but will carry most of the same menu items the deli is known for, plus some new ones.

Napolese nibbles on national expansionRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Scott Olson
Local restaurateur Martha Hoover plans to take her Napolese chain national with help from Simon Property Group Inc.

Simon’s decision to open malls on Thanksgiving draws criticism

November 19, 2013
Scott Olson
An online petition drive launched by employees of stores in Simon properties urges the company to rethink a decision to open its malls at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving. One petition so far has gathered nearly 18,000 signatures.

Tesla luxury electric car seeking outpost at Fashion MallRestricted Content

September 7, 2013
Scott Olson
Tesla Motors Inc. is eyeing space in the Fashion Mall at Keystone and is seeking a zoning variance to sell cars there and to install charging stations within the parking garage.

VIDEO: Work on Fashion Mall at Keystone enters home stretch

September 26, 2012
Mason King
Fashion mall watch VideoMuch-anticipated upgrades to the high-profile Fashion Mall at Keystone will be ready for shoppers by mid-November. Mall owner Simon Property Group provided a sneak peek on Wednesday of work under way.

Fashion Mall landlord suing tenant over unpaid rent

July 30, 2012
Scott Olson
A division of Simon Property Group Inc. is suing Brisbane, Calif.-based Bebe Stores Inc., claiming the women's clothing retailer owes it $64,000 in unpaid rent.

Malls see big changes just in time for holidaysRestricted Content

December 3, 2011
Cory Schouten

New stories have debuted at malls across the Indianapolis area. Many are pop-up shops eager to capitalize on holiday shoppers and the Super Bowl crowds.


Fashion Mall getting big upgradeRestricted Content

November 5, 2011
Cory Schouten
A multimillion-dollar makeover now under way at The Fashion Mall at Keystone will add an upscale food court and about 20 stores, many of them new to Indianapolis.

Multiple tenants likely needed to plug Nordstrom holeRestricted Content

June 4, 2011
Greg Andrews
Nordstrom occupies a staggering 210,000 square feet spread across three floors—60 percent more space than the Seattle-based chain occupies at the Fashion Mall at Keystone and likely more than any single retailer would be willing to lease.

Nordstrom: Weak sales prompting closure of Circle Centre store

May 26, 2011
Scott Olson
Company President Erik Nordstrom said sales have fallen by half at the Circle Centre mall store since Nordstrom opened a Keystone Crossing location in 2008. The downtown store will close July 31.

Nordstrom new north-side store targets tonier shoppersRestricted Content

August 18, 2008
Gabrielle Poshadlo

Come Sept. 19, Nordstrom Inc.'s got a brand new bag--and, well, shoes, hat and ensemble to match--as the department store opens a second Indianapolis location, in the Fashion Mall at Keystone. Residing in Parisian's former quarters, the new store is poised to burnish the mall's reputation as the region's highest-end shopping destination.

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