A second new establishment, Rye Bar, opens at the Marriott Monday. Also: Wings Etc., Bell Helmets, Macy’s, Kate Spade.
The eatery focusing on ramen, rice bowls and banh mi sandwiches will be operated by the same husband-and-wife team that owns General American Donut Co.
The building, at the northeast corner of 46th Street and College Avenue in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood, will house three or four businesses, including Scarlet Lane Brewing.
Walmart has added four Indianapolis-area stores to its network of sites where customers can pick up their online orders. Also: A new menswear shop is coming to Broad Ripple.
Duke’s Indy plans to open this month in the building that formerly housed the Ice House restaurant, which recently closed after 34 years in business.
The new Musk restaurants include Hedge Row on Mass Ave and Next Door in Meridian-Kessler. Also this week: Aldi stores spruce up, electrical supply stores enter the Indianapolis market, and more.
Circle Centre claims a now-closed beauty salon owes unpaid rent. Plus: Untuckit has joined the Fashion Mall roster, Fira Boutique has closed in Broad Ripple, and the Freddy’s steakburger chain hits a big milestone on the south side.
Kite Realty Group Trust’s plan to bring a Frank Theatres CineBowl entertainment venue to help fill big vacancies at Hamilton Crossing Centre has fallen through.
Called the Notch at Nora, the 186-unit development from TWG received rezoning approval Wednesday from the Metropolitan Development Commission despite neighborhood opposition.
Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana has taken over the Romanesque Revival former church known as Old Centrum along Central
Avenue at 12th Street.
Six groups are vying to lead a redevelopment effort for the struggling Indianapolis City Market. Check out summaries of each
of the proposals.
The owner of downtown’s Riley Towers apartments is working on plans for a 5-story expansion at 225 E. North St. that would
add 54 apartment units and more than 4,000 square feet of retail space.
The city’s planning staff is recommending denial of an electronic message screen proposed as part of a new sign for IBJ Media
Corp., the parent company of Indianapolis Business Journal.
The city has agreed to hand over architectural artifacts from a landmark downtown building to a historic preservation group.
The parent company of IBJ has filed plans to add a new sign with an electronic-message component outside the newspaper’s headquarters
at 41 E. Washington St.
Historic preservation groups are fighting to save a 1914 church at the northeast corner of Washington Street and German Church
Road in Cumberland. The congregation of St. John United Church of Christ has been working on plans to build a new church on
Carroll Road and struck a deal to sell the old one to a developer. The plans are rumored to include demolition
to make way for a CVS store.