The Department of Metropolitan Development on Thursday released two requests for proposals covering the three structures to developers.
Block outside City Market reopens after $8M reconstruction project
The announcement was greeted with relief from City Market leaders, who’ve lost operating revenue and several merchant-tenants to the construction on Market Street between Delaware and Alabama streets.Read More
Potential transformation of City Market could cost up to $35M, report says
City officials will present the results of the 209-page report on potential options for redevelopment at a City Market board meeting Thursday, along with concrete plans for $5 million in maintenance and basic improvements.Read More
City Market moves forward with rent-deferment program
A struggling Indianapolis City Market is offering a rent-deferment program that could help merchants who’ve been hit hard by the pandemic and road reconstruction. The move comes as the market is looking at its own finances, with plans to ask the city for a bailout.Read More
IBJ Podcast: City Market plots its comeback against headwinds
The pandemic has been tough on restaurants almost across the board. And so it’s no wonder that the Indianapolis City Market has lost a third of its vendors in the last year.Read More
He launched Big Mouth Biscuits at Indy’s Kitchen, a culinary incubator at 2442 Central Ave., on April Fool’s Day. Now he and business partner Clint Rollins are preparing to open their first stand-alone location at City Market by Thanksgiving while also continuing to operate at Indy’s Kitchen.
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.
The historic market’s leaders are optimistic the market can overcome its current troubles and emerge as a stronger institution. But they also acknowledge the hurdles ahead.
City Market now houses Michael Gomez’s slow-cooked creations.
As farmers markets have grown increasingly popular in Indianapolis, relationships among vendors, restaurants and foodies have taken root across the city.
Bedecked with playful signage and a menu handwritten on butcher paper, Say Cheese adds another option to downtown lunch dining.
Three Carrots offers sandwiches, muffins, and more. But how will a quartet of meat eaters react?
The place Guy Fieri visited on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” opens a City Market spot. Here’s a review.
Jim Reilly, who oversaw a major renovation of the historic building, will step down from his second stint as executive director on Sept. 13 while City Market officials explore outsourcing leadership duties.
Directors of the historic building on Thursday approved a proposal to use the west wing for office space, and as the home of the Indy Winter Farmers Market.
Although slated for demolition, the City Market’s west wing is now generating interest from the Local Initiatives Support Corp. and local chapters of the American Institute of Architects, who want to move there as part of an effort to support neighborhood development.
The city’s mounting legal bills to cover lawsuits involving Indianapolis City Market are adding to the taxpayer cost of subsidizing the venue and making it tougher for the market to become self-sufficient.