Dan and Julie Johnston bought a historic office building near the foot of Mass Ave and are renovating it into state-of-the-art meeting and event space with high-tech bells and whistles.
The Chicago-based pizza chain has started construction on its third Indianapolis restaurant, a former Max & Erma’s, while Weekends Only prepares to open its second local store, in a former Kroger supermarket.
The owner of a complex near where Sun Development wants to build a dual-branded hotel incorporating a historic church is suing over a strip of land that would run through the project.
Restaurateurs Peter George and Thomas Main had hoped to open their BBQ Barn in June, but now they’re unsure if they’ll pursue the concept at all, after experiencing costly delays.
J. Benzal exited Massachusetts Avenue in October and is moving to new space near where a national men’s clothier closed earlier this year.
The Colorado-based micro-brewery offered craft beer in Indianapolis long before the trend took off. to become much more competitive. The downtown location remains open.
The 316-room, dual-brand hotel building is expected to be finished in April 2019, about two years before the city hosts the NBA All-Star Game.
The fast-fire pizza chain on Saturday shut its doors, but it won’t be long before another fast-casual option opens in the same high-visibility location.
Martha Hoover’s latest creation, a Southern-style fried-chicken joint, begins serving Thursday, while the new eatery from local tastemaker Neal Brown prepares for a January debut.