A section of the planned retail development bordering Westfield’s Grand Park Sports Complex is starting to find tenants.
Stacked Pickle, which already operates in Carmel and Fishers, recently signed a lease at the Monon Marketplace on the corner of U.S. 31 and Ind. 32, for 4,500 square feet of indoor space and 500 square feet of outdoor seating.
The menu features burgers, chicken wings, fish tacos and a full bar.
“The city has really done a great job in developing Grand Park and we are excited to give the families that attend the park another dining option,” Stacked Pickle owner and former Indianapolis Colts player Gary Brackett said in a press release.
Titus Bakery is the other recently confirmed tenant for the Monon Marketplace, which includes two buildings totaling about 21,000 square feet.
It will be the Lebanon bakery’s second location. The store will be similar to the original offering a variety of donuts, pastries, pies, cakes and other baked goods. Boar’s Head deli meats and cheeses and sandwiches made on the bakery’s hoagie rolls will also be sold.
Greenwalt Development is handling the retail leases for the Monon Marketplace.
Also expanding to Westfield is Hot Box Pizza. The timing for the opening is unknown, but the pizza place will take over space that formerly housed Westfield Eye Associates at Westfield Crossing on Ind. 32.
The Indianapolis chain pizza joint’s website has the Westfield location listed as “coming soon,” and there’s a banner hanging outside the future storefront between O’Reilly Auto Parts and Yogo Passion.
Other Hot Box locations include Fishers, Noblesville and two in Carmel.
In other Hamilton County retail news:
- Yogurtz is slated to be the next tenant at The Depot at Nickel Plate on 116th Street and Municipal Drive in Fishers. The self-serve frozen yogurt shop will be adjacent to recently opened Brixx Wood Fired Pizza.
- Snappy Tomato Pizza is opening at 12660 E. 116th St. in Fishers, formerly Yogi Frozen Yogurt. The pizza chain, headquartered in Burlington, Ky., has eight other locations in Indiana. The menu includes pizza, hoagies, pasta, wings, calzones and salads.
- Boden’s Bakery, a small baked-goods store to be operated by Mary Boden, is scheduled to open at 185 Sheridan Road in Noblesville in May. Boden plans to offer old-fashion baked goods at the 1,500-square-foot shop.
- Chick-fil-A has filed plans to open a second location in Noblesville at 14098 Bergen Boulevard. The Atlanta-based chain has 33 restaurants in the state, including one in Carmel and at 16685 Mercantile Boulevard in Noblesville.
- National Bank of Indianapolis is opening a branch on East Main Street in Carmel. The bank has 12 locations throughout the Indianapolis area, including four in Carmel.