The seven vendors, which include restaurants, a space for food entrepreneurs and a barber shop, will occupy 16 Tech’s 40,000-square-foot food and retail hall.
Downtown’s Salesforce Tower sold for $192.5 million
The 1.1 million-square-foot tower is arguably the most prestigious office address in the city, but the pandemic has exacerbated already-pressing questions about the future of traditional office space.Read More
NCAA’s March Madness will be test Indy was ‘made for’
The herculean effort over the next 2-1/2 months will involve city and state officials, tourism and civic leaders, and likely thousands of volunteers.Read More
Punch Bowl Social restaurant chain files for bankruptcy
The company, which opened a location in downtown Indianapolis in 2016, describes its business as being in a “mothballed period” and said that it anticipates reopening venues “once it is safe to do so.”Read More
The owner of the Market Tower office building at 10 W. Market St. in downtown Indianapolis is suing CVS, alleging the retailer improperly terminated its lease and stopped paying rent after the store was damaged during downtown rioting this spring.
The state’s pitch to keep Elanco Animal Health Inc. in Indiana for the long term began with a dinner at the Governor’s Residence two years ago.
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.
Beyond the public company’s $100 million headquarters campus, city and state leaders expect 26 acres to be used for an expansion of White River State Park and new projects potentially with residential, retail and office uses.
The protesters carried signs and chanted as they marched along Meridian, Pennsylvania and Michigan streets, calling for justice for 21-year-old Dreasjon Reed.
The fast-casual burger chain has secured a third Indy-area location, this one on the first floor of a ritzy downtown apartment building nearing completion by the Mass Ave Cultural District.
The projects include a two-building development in Broad Ripple that would serve as the headquarters for the staffing firm Eight Eleven Group.
IndyGo has been evaluating possible expansion sites around the city in recent months because it has run out of room at its West Washington Street headquarters.
The 86th Street store, which is set to open next month, will be the first in Indiana for the Maryland-based chain. Also this week: Nada and Downtown Arts Market.
Plus, Feltman provides an update on how IBJ is doing during the pandemic and what he sees as the news organization’s future.
Up to now, the business has primarily served architects and designers in bigger markets. Also this week: Lou Malnati’s, Dave & Busters, Godiva Chocolatier, Nesso, Jiffy Lube.
Roberts Park United Methodist Church, 401 N. Delaware St., has planned for more than a year to build a five-story building with a day-care facility, parking, health clinic and office space atop the parking lot directly east of the church.
Ed Sahm, the restaurant group’s founder and owner, said the pandemic-related exodus of downtown office workers meant the two locations are no longer financially viable.
Sherry Seiwert spoke with IBJ recently about what her organization is doing to help the city bounce back.