The Indy Shorts International Film Festival, which gets under way Tuesday, has expanded in size and popularity since its founding as part of the Heartland International Film Festival in 2018.
Purdue, High Alpha partner on business, startup programs to be housed at Bottleworks
High Alpha’s space in the Bottleworks District will house Purdue executive education programs in the Mitch Daniels School of Business alongside Purdue-connected inventors and entrepreneurs.Read More
Six new tenants set for Garage Food Hall with Cubans, empanadas, juices and more
Three of the upcoming dining options are owned by restaurateurs who already have locations in The Garage, part of the $300 million Bottleworks development on Mass Ave.Read More
Lumina Foundation set to relocate to new building in Bottleworks
The foundation will occupy the top floor of the planned five-story structure at 820 Massachusetts Ave., using 23,700 square feet for about 50 of its employees.Read More
Bottleworks’ second phase moving ahead with no residential but greater emphasis on office space
The second phase alone is likely to take about three years to build, with construction commencing in mid-2022 at a tentative cost of nearly $100 million. The total project cost is expected to push $300 million.Read More
Chef Carlos Salazar said he expects downtown Indianapolis customers will be more open to the global street food he serves at Lil Dumplings.
The Garage Food Hall, part of the $300 million Bottleworks development on Mass Ave, has 17 tenants, with two more opening next month. The hall expects to create even more tenant space once pandemic restrictions end.
There are about 115 retailers and restaurants along the street, plus dozens of service-oriented businesses and office users.
The South Meridian Street bars, Tiki Bob’s Cantina and The Patron Saint, were cited for multiple violations including not requiring masks and social distancing. Both establishments corrected the violations, the health department said.
Some local museums and cultural institutions say they saw a bump in visitation over the weekend related to March Madness. Meanwhile, the attractions are playing up their basketball connections in a bid to attract visitors.
A wide-reaching alcohol policy bill would allow for curbside pickup of alcoholic beverages, plus carryout beverages at the new food hall at the Bottleworks development in downtown Indianapolis.
The massive hall, known as The Garage, currently features 10 dining and drink options and three retail spaces and opened early this month to much fanfare. Another five dining selections are on their way.
Hendricks Commercial Properties has begun preliminary discussions on phase two, but hasn’t decided whether to stick with its original plan that emphasized office space.
SoChatti is adding the storefront to its production, research and warehouse facility in the Circle City Industrial Complex on the city’s near east side. Also this week: J’s Lobster & Fish Market, The Spice Box.
Living Room Theaters plans to open in December followed soon after by YogaSix and GoodNeighbor, as well as a new coffee shop.
Work on the ritzy Mass Ave hotel has continued throughout the pandemic, despite delays to other projects around the city. The Bottleworks campus food hall is slated to open in January.
Its owners are planning to begin construction on a new, bigger building this fall, following the January fire that gutted its original home. Also this week: The W Nail Bar, Crazy Tortas.
High Alpha began moving out of its Circle Tower headquarters, 55 Monument Circle, last week after more than five years in the historic downtown building.
The construction industry is exempt from Gov. Eric Holcomb’s orders that non-essential businesses close and Hoosiers stay home.
The businesses join 16 other tenants confirmed for the Garage Food Hall lineup. The food hall is expected to open in October.
With its debut just months away, the 12-acre, $300 million Bottleworks District on the north end of Massachusetts Avenue has a majority of its Phase I office and entertainment space and nearly all of its food hall leased.
The Harbour, YogaSix and Witch Hazel Salon will join a growing list of tenants for the first phase of the 12-acre, $300 million mixed-use development at 850 Massachusetts Ave., officials said.