Around town retail roundup

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Compass roseA new restaurant called Stanley’s New York Deli plans to open Feb. 28 at the corner of 86th Street and Ditch Road. Owner Greg Abes named the 3,800-square-foot deli for his father and designed it to honor a deli he and his father frequented in New York City. The signature sandwich: The Fat Stanley, which will feature a pound and a half of corned beef, pastrami, roast beef and turkey on rye.

In other retail news:

  • Buffalo Wild Wings is planning a new restaurant at Geist Landing in Fishers. The chain bought a one-acre parcel at 13868 E. 116th St. from Thompson Thrift.
  • Dave and Buster’s, a game and amusement center like Jillian’s, plans to open in the fall in 35,000 square feet in the former CompUSA at Castleton Commons.
  • Law Enforcement Firearms Inc., a retail gun shop and shooting range, plans to remodel 2,100 square feet in a former appliance store at 2619 Shelby St. The company is run by Mein Ruhestand LLC (German for “My Retirement”).
  • Marathon is building a new 2,300-square-foot gas station at 4590 N. Shadeland Ave., while Crystal Flash is building a new convenience store and gas station at 5265 E. 96th St.

  • Marsh Supermarkets is planning to remodel its Broad Ripple store at the northwest corner of 62nd Street and Keystone Avenue.
  • Cartridge World has leased 3,000 square feet at 2643 Rand Road in Park Fletcher Business Park.
  • Flagstar Bank leased 2,625 square feet in the new Rockville Pointe shopping center at 10720 E. U.S. Highway 36.
  • Cookie Cutters is taking 1,100 square feet at 2768 E. 146th St. in Carmel.
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