Fat Rooster Diner takes over the space formerly occupied by One South, retaining its predecessor’s popular pasta station but overhauling the rest of the menu.
City and Indiana Pacers officials will decide after they get bid requirements later this summer whether to pursue the NBA All-Star Game for Indianapolis.
A local hotel developer plans to build the 175-room Embassy Suites near the town’s Interstate 70 interchange and Indianapolis International Airport.
Hotel rooms booked by Visit Indy rose to a record in 2015. But the number of bookings from out-of-state organizations plummeted by more than 100,000, possibly because of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act controversy.
The new owners of the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis decided its lower levels needed an overhaul and sharpened culinary focus.
The deal would add 50 percent more rooms to Marriott's portfolio and give it more unique, design-focused hotels that appeal to younger travelers.
Advertisements for traditionally low-wage jobs in hospitality and retail decorate major thoroughfares in the northern suburbs, offering management positions and higher pay as incentives.
According to plans, the 180-room hotel will be on 5.26 acres of city-owned property immediately to the west of the future indoor soccer facility on 191st Street.
Hotel developers emboldened by downtown’s escalating occupancy rate are poised to bring about 800 more rooms to the market.
A seven- to eight-story hotel and 20,000-square-foot conference center are part of the proposed mixed-use development at exit 210 just off of Interstate 69 in Noblesville.
The Indianapolis-based producer of high-end soaps, shampoos and conditioners for hotels and resorts will become part of Guest Supply but keep its local operations.
Emboldened by the proposed development of a Marriott hotel, and prospects for another new hotel, the group that promotes downtown’s south side is beginning to lay the groundwork to transform the largely ignored area into a destination.
A development on the southwest corner of U.S. 31 and State Road 32 in Westfield could include a four-story hotel and several other retail buildings.
An Illinois-based developer has received the first approval necessary to build a 140-room extended-stay hotel downtown, as Indy’s lodging market continues to swell.
An Indianapolis not-for-profit is readying to open a 150-room Courtyard by Marriott in Muncie billed as a first-of-its-kind teaching hotel for people with disabilities.
Indianapolis will be the first market where 21c Museum Hotels LLC competes with established art-centric hotels. Yet the company is so bullish about its future here that it expects to outperform its peers by more than 50 percent.
Three hotel projects finished last year have added about 420 rooms to the city’s tourism industry. And at least 260 more are on the way by 2017’s end.