The Ohio-based boutique chain, established in 2013, plans to open three stores in local malls this year.
The space just north of Central Library formerly housed Plow & Anchor and other restaurants. Also this week: The Barre Code, Orangetheory Fitness, Target and Claire’s.
The north-side restaurant’s owners want to create a location in the former space of Broken English Taco Pub, but their plans have been complicated by a proposed patio door.
A longtime local chef and his wife plan to open a fast-casual spot for breakfast and lunch, as well as a dinner restaurant. The iconic flatiron building also will include space for private events.
The roastery’s new building is near 16 Tech. Also this week: JackRabbit, Derezzed Virtual Reality and Walmart pickup towers.
Its second store in the downtown area will replace one in Broad Ripple. Also this week: Carvana, Vispring, Texas Roadhouse, Aldi, Dunkin’ Donuts and Jimmy John’s
The local operator liked the concept so much he convinced the owner to franchise it. Also this week: Rooster’s Kitchen, Capture Fitness, Pies & Pints, Agape Pizza, Dough Life, Indyo, Pots & Pans Pie Co. and Goodwill.
The expansion positions Indy as a second headquarters. Also, in the week’s roundup: Ash & Elm, Red Dog Books, Miracle on South Street, JD Sports, At Home and much more.
This will be the second location for the restaurant that started in Bloomington in 2015. Also, Taste this Fish opens in Brightwood.
Holy Cross-area shop wants to grow exposure and shrink costs. Also this week: Cumberland Grill, Commissary Barber and Barista, Greek’s Pizzeria and more.
The Ohio-based company now says it will bring its Pins Mechanical Co. concept here along with 16-Bit Indy, which is going into The Whit at the corner of New York and Pennsylvania streets.