The restaurant at 148 S. Illinois St. is family-, women- and minority-owned, according to an announcement of the closure. Its owners say they plan to return with a new project soon.
OneAmerica Tower reopening downtown restaurant, coffee shop on ground floor
The 18,267-square-foot restaurant, which is open to both OneAmerica Tower tenants and the outside public, has been vacant since Sahm’s Restaurant Group closed its cafeteria there last fall.Read More
College football championship organizers prepare for kickoff
IBJ sat down with leaders of College Football Playoff Inc. and members of the local host committee to discuss the preparations underway to make the January game a reality.Read More
Fast-growing chicken-wing chain plucks downtown location
The publicly traded firm is on a tear, having added 153 wing-and-tender spots in 2020. Its downtown eatery will join several that already ring the city.Read More
Shimmering hotel, office center planned along downtown’s Canal Walk
Featuring an exterior of clear and light-colored glass, the building would replace the current headquarters of the American College of Sports Medicine while giving the group a new home.Read More
Meeting & Event Planning Guide: Great cocktails to try in downtown Indy—and the recipes to make them at home
From fancy options to one you can take with you, we’ve got several options to choose from.
Fast-growing software company Greenlight Guru recently moved into new, bigger office space at the Union Campus on South Meridian Street. The company says it is committed to maintaining physical offices, even as its remote workforce grows.
Back 9 will feature a three-story building with 75 golf bays, a 350-person music pavilion, and a handful of bars and restaurant spaces, as well as meeting areas and a game area.
The restaurant’s co-owner, Kanlaya Browning, co-owns 10 Thai restaurants, nine of which are in the Indianapolis area. Oishii will offer a fusion cuisine of both sushi and ramen.
The Indiana Occupational Health and Safety Administration, which launched an investigation at St. Elmo after an employee’s COVID-19 death, says it did not discover any violations and has closed the investigation.
Named The Fountain Room, the 6,300-square-foot restaurant from Noblesville-based Clancy’s Inc. will pay tribute to the property’s past as a Coca-Cola bottling plant.
This will be Rise’n Roll’s fifth Indianapolis-area location, in addition to stores in Broad Ripple, Fishers, Greenwood and Avon.
It first closed in March 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic and didn’t reopen until March of this year, in advance of the NCAA’s men’s basketball tournament, which took place mostly in Indianapolis.
Some large downtown employers say they expect most or all of their workforce to return to the office full time. Others say they’re adopting hybrid models that offer employees the option to work remotely at least part of the time.
As the downtown office market enters a post-pandemic period of volatility, the owner of the 213,600-square-foot building on Monument Circle is studying the cost of renovations to make it more alluring to would-be tenants.
Josh Greeson left the real estate industry to focus on his dream of becoming a baker. It began to rise when he worked at the well-known Amelia’s in Fletcher Place.
Citing multiple sources familiar with the project, IBJ first reported on the company’s overall plans June 17. Rolls-Royce said Monday that it does plan to vacate two of the three buildings at the Meridian Center campus, but said it would continue to occupy a different building than earlier reported.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority on June 18 agreed to work with city officials to find a new use for the 4.9-acre property at 51 S. New Jersey St.
Citizens Energy Group, which maintains the underground steam system downtown, shut off the pipe near the site of the incident at Senate Avenue and Michigan Street.
About half of the 20 vendors so far are already open at The AMP, which has its grand opening later this month. The AMP, a food-and-drink-based artisan marketplace, is on the campus of 16 Tech on the western edge of downtown.
The 23,000-square-foot restaurant-and-entertainment venue, part of a Denver-based chain, has been closed since March 2020, eliminating 91 jobs.
The neighborhood just south of downtown has been one of the city’s emerging residential hot spots the past several years—and commercial developers are taking notice.