A Chicago-based chain is taking a crack at the street-level space in Salesforce Tower previously occupied by Paradise Bakery & Cafe.
Gershman Partners had hoped to start construction late last year, but the mayor of Greenwood says large retailers have been slow to commit to the project, causing the delay.
Main Event Entertainment hopes to open in the Lake Clearwater area by the end of February. And nearby, J. Crew Mercantile is coming to the Rivers Edge Shopping Center.
Developments downtown are drawing a Portland entrepreneur and Hoosier native back to the city, where Greenleaf Juicing Co. in March will open its first store outside of the Pacific Northwest.
The owners of the former Plow & Anchor restaurant, which closed Jan. 2, hope to have the Mexican eatery open within the next month.
Nearby residents say the $15 million multi-use development shouldn’t be allowed and have asked a judge to review a decision to approve the project by the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission.
Kimbal Musk is nearing a deal to take over the former Double 8 Foods building on College Avenue, and New Zealand-based chain BurgerFuel has chosen Indiana for its first restaurant in the United States.
Keystone Realty Group wants to rezone a 12.7-acre parcel at the northwest corner of East 86th Street and Keystone Avenue to construct the combination retail-office building.
The owners plan to renovate the building to attract a new restaurant and demolish the site of a hookah bar to the south to construct an office building.
The Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts says it has raised more than $500,000—hopefully enough to cover the cost to replace the rest of the structure's roof.
The company received approval Tuesday from a city zoning board to establish an outpost atop the underutilized parking garage at College Avenue and Westfield Boulevard
Nick Blum had planned to occupy the ground level but has changed course after several restaurateurs began expressing interest in the space.
Two local developers have slated the 124-unit project for the same block as one of downtown’s most iconic office towers.
The 94-unit apartment development, which would be built at the southwest corner of Prospect and Spruce streets, would help extend Fountain Square’s core to the east.
The 900 block of Broad Ripple Avenue is about to get a makeover with a slew of new retail and restaurant tenants, including a pizzeria, sandwich shop and women’s boutique.
Long Branch, an Asian-inspired eatery, plans to begin serving entrees at 22nd and Delaware streets on Saturday, while Joella’s Hot Chicken prepares to open on East 96th Street early next month.
One development on Virginia Avenue calls for 74 apartments in Fountain Square while the other would bring ritzy condominiums to Fletcher Place.