Condado Tacos commits to Broad Ripple, with plans for a downtown location, while Burger Study opens Monday amid fierce competition in the upscale burger segment.
The restaurant had been open for 10 years, moving in 2011 from Westfield Boulevard to Broad Ripple Avenue, where it served up its signature patties.
Sisters Carly Swift and Mandy Selke of Just Pop In are expanding the business in a 5,000-square-foot building under construction on Cornell Avenue.
Sugarfire Smoke House won’t begin serving customers in early fall, as it had previously announced. Meanwhile, there’s turnover at another prime retail spot on Washington Street.
The $20 million, 120-room hotel is expected to open in mid-September, when guests can bask in decor that pays homage to the nation’s industrial roots.
A Fort Wayne fixture is coming back to Indianapolis, with plans to open a craft chocolate shop and sundae bar in the Keystone at the Crossing area.
The development is part of the town’s larger plans to transform its nondescript downtown into a more vibrant anchor for the community.
The proposals include work space for startups and a city visitors center, as Indianapolis officials search for a new strategy for reusing the stately, 107-year-old building.
Developers want to demolish two residential structures along Guilford Avenue to make way for the project, which would feature retail and office space in addition to 10 apartments.
A culinary concept called Stixx appears to be settling where Bourbon Street Distillery operated for 15 years, while Speedway’s bustling Main Street welcomes two new arrivals.
The far-east side shopping center appears on the list of delinquent properties for Marion County’s next tax sale.
Plus: New places for chicken and popcorn downtown, another Stacked Pickle location, and an expansion by Biscuits Cafe.
West Fork Whiskey will move from the northwest side and expand from a production facility to offer whiskey by the glass, plus dining, a bar and a lounge.
Milhaus has attracted three retail tenants to its new 747 apartment building on Mass Ave, while the vacant Marrow space has added some meat to its bones.
The new Vine & Table location at the southeast corner of College Avenue and Kessler Boulevard follows the original shop in Carmel. A liquor store chain acquired the business last year.