The 55,000-square-foot building will be developed by PK Partners LLC as part of its $80 million River North mixed-use development near The Fashion Mall.
The 100,000-square-foot supermarket under construction at Southport and Franklin roads is part of a larger development that will include national eateries and other retailers.
A Thai restaurant, a bistro and an eatery that offers fresh-pressed juice are on tap for the Mass Ave district, while the Geek-themed retailer gears up to open outlets in area malls.
The entrepreneur behind Rocket 88 Doughnuts has hooked up with two partners to create Square Cat Vinyl, which will feature live performers and serve beer, wine and coffee.
The Walking Waffle Company, a confectioner based in Carmel that until now has focused exclusively on Indy-area farmers’ markets, could open as early as this weekend.
The clothing retailer is expected to welcome customers next spring at The Shops at Perry Crossing in Plainfield.
The building housing Los Cabos Mexican Grill on East 82nd Street will be demolished in favor of a retail development occupied by two major eateries.
John and Nancy Hill are purchasing a 96-year-old building and plan to open a restaurant and taproom in the up-and-coming corridor near downtown.
The second piece of the project a stone’s throw from the massive Coke plant redevelopment on Mass Ave will feature townhomes and a 6,000-square-foot retail and office building.
Annex Student Living will relocate from Broad Ripple to the building housing Mass Ave Toys. Its principals also have purchased one of downtown’s most distinctive architectural landmarks.
Three restaurant openings in Broad Ripple and several retail and restaurant openings and closings in Indianapolis and Hamilton County highlight the latest roundup.
A Bloomington developer is proposing to build a small apartment project at the southeast corner of Market and East streets, adding to the rapid pace of residential growth in the area.
It’s a zero-sum game for the Terre Haute-based chain, which operates four donut shops in the Indianapolis area.
A new developer is proposing affordable housing for the site after the current owners couldn’t make their plans work for a mix of restaurants, retail and artisanal food production.
Craig Huse expects to open Burger Study in April near St. Elmo spinoff Harry & Izzy’s. He describes it as a “full-service burger bar and restaurant delivering an adult dining experience.”
The owner of Frona Mae Cafe on Washington Street hopes to reopen at another location, while Punch Bowl Social prepares to begin serving customers Saturday on South Meridian Street.
Neal Brown of Pizzology and The Libertine is nearing a lease deal to occupy the former Skip’s Market building and hopes to open Ukiyo in the spring.