Bottleworks signs two more retail tenants

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The Bottleworks District project on downtown’s Massachusetts Avenue has landed two more retail tenants as work progresses on the $300 million development.

Good Neighbor, an upscale apparel store, and Pumkinfish, a gift shop that focuses on products made by Indiana artisans, will be part of the first phase of the project, which is set to open in summer 2020. The tenants were announced Friday morning.

The Bottleworks stores are expected to be second locations for both concepts. The first Good Neighbor opened in 2018 in Detroit, and the original Pumkinfish opened in 2017 at 429 Massachusetts Ave.

Pumkinfish, owned by Will Acton of Indianapolis, is set to occupy a 500-square-foot space in the Bottleworks food hall, which is expected to feature more than two dozen vendors.

Already announced for the food hall are J’s Lobster & Fish Market, Hard Truth Distilling, Simply Divine Cupcakes, Blu Point Oyster, La Chinita Poblana, The Tartine Station, Daredevil Brewing Co., Square Cat Vinyl, Brick & Mortar, Poke Guru, and Lick Ice Cream.

The food hall is part of the much larger Bottleworks development at 850 Massachusetts Ave. that will include retailers, residential units, office space and restaurants, as well as a hotel.

Good Neighbor, owned by Carli Goltowski of Detroit, is slated for a 2,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of the Bottleworks Hotel.

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