Indy Food Cooperative plans to open the city’s first not-for-profit grocery store in a 70-year-old former appliance store along East 10th Street near Rural. The cooperative, which has 200 Indianapolis households as its members, plans to renovate the 3,000-square-foot former Lane TV building into Pogue’s Run Grocer. The store, set to open in October, will support local growers while providing local, fresh and organic food to a neighborhood that does not have a full-line grocery store. Members of the cooperative will receive discounts and other benefits, but the store also will be open to the public. The rendering here is from the local architecture firm Haus, and the photo is from Google Maps. Check out more here.