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Several restaurants, including three pizza chains, and an adult-oriented retail store are planning new locations around Indianapolis.

IHOP is planning a restaurant near Interstate 69 and 96th Street in Fishers. The 4,594-square-foot restaurant will be built along North by Northeast Boulevard. The IHOP breakfast chain, part of California-based DineEquity Inc., has two Indianapolis-area restaurants.

Taco Bell plans to build a store at the former home of Mark Pi’s China Gate at 1439 E. 86th St. The 2,855-square-foot restaurant will be owned by locally based franchisee Southern Bells Inc.

Little Caesars is opening restaurants at 1264 W. 86th St., just east of Ditch Road, and at 4477 E. 10th St., the former home of a cash-advance shop. The restaurants, owned by separate franchisees, will take about 1,400 square feet.

Jets Pizza plans to take about 1,650 square feet in the Willow Lake Shopping Center at the northwest corner of 86th Street and Township Line Road. The Michigan-based chain already has locations in Greenwood, at 954 N. State Road 135, and Carmel, at 2764 E. 146th St.

Donatos plans to open a location at the Greenwood Place Shopping Center at 7683 Shelby St.

Lover’s Lane plans to open a location in a former tanning salon next to a south-side Walmart. The adult-oriented retailer is taking 3,000 square feet at 7225 U.S. 31 South. The Michigan-based chain already has a location at 6038 E. 82nd St., across from Castleton Square Mall.

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