Raising Cane’s filed a lawsuit against the Indiana shopping center’s owner, Schottenstein Property Group, alleging fraud and saying the would-be landlord failed to disclose the existence of the chicken ban.
State’s first Taco Bell Cantina planned in downtown Indianapolis
A franchise operator for Taco Bell Cantina, known for serving beer, wine, sangria, Baha Blast margaritas and Twisted Freezes spiked with rum, tequila or vodka, has signed a lease for a prominent downtown location.Read More
Salesforce giving up 25% of its space in state’s tallest building
The tech giant, which has been cutting costs and restructuring its real estate in the face of a possible economic downturn, put three contiguous floors at Salesforce Tower in downtown Indianapolis on the market for sublease.Read More
Sources: Rolls-Royce planning to vacate two-thirds of its downtown campus
The United Kingdom-based aircraft engine manufacturer is expected to jettison about 270,000 square feet of office space on its 2.2-acre campus at 450 S. Meridian St. About 3,000 people worked in the company’s downtown offices prior to the pandemic.Read More
Hamilton Town Center multiplex to reopen as luxury theater
Michigan-based Emagine said it expects to reopen the Noblesville theater this summer. The theater’s previous operator filed for bankruptcy last year.Read More
Property management firm JLL sent a letter, dated April 21, to tenants to inform them that it had taken over mall management and said it is in the process of hiring a general manager for the property.
Brew Link, which is owned by three Hendricks County couples, opened its first location in Plainfield in 2016. The Indianapolis location is slated for a mid-March opening.
In both of the suits, Indianapolis-based Kite claims that the retail tenants are in default on their leases because they didn’t pay rent in April, May or June.
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Beloved in the Chicagoland area, the deep-dish chain confirmed to IBJ in March that it planned to enter the central Indiana market with several locations.
The chain’s signature deep-dish pies are renowned in the Chicagoland area, where the company has 56 locations. A private equity firm took an ownership stake in 2016 to spur growth.
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 brewery and dealership are hoping they’ll benefit from each other’s main customer bases.
According to the suit, Granite City failed to pay monthly rent and meet other obligations under terms of the lease for the 9,603-square-foot ground-floor space it occupied in Circle Centre until late last month.
The owners of the 18-acre former Angie’s List campus just east of downtown are relying on a promise of lower rent, connectivity with downtown, and the potential for future nearby development to draw tenants.
After a legal battle and mediation, Centier Bank plans to relocate its branch while the owner of the historic tower at Pennsylvania and East Washington streets prepares to revamp it as a swanky hotel.
Flexware Innovation will construct an additional 8,000-square-foot building at 1 Municipal Drive as part of its Nickel Plate District office building project.
A Carmel-based church plans to close on its $1.8 million purchase of the building near Interstate 465 and Michigan Road on November 5.
The South Bend-based developer that last year bought the landmark restaurant and the block on which it sits is searching for office and retail tenants for the space.
A ruling on Monday from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a city ordinance that prohibits adult entertainment businesses from operating in certain areas.
Vacancy rates in both sectors continued to shrink in the first quarter as office and industrial tenants consumed more leased space.
Despite a lot of construction, warehouses are being leased as soon as the cranes come down. Indianapolis, Phoenix and California’s Inland Empire are among the hot markets nationally.