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.