Also this week in the Property Lines retail roundup: Ragnarok Axe Throwing, Eat the Frog Fitness, Smoothie King, Aldi and more.
The seven-story structure, near I-69 and East 82nd Street, will be a pick-up point for vehicles purchased online.
Also, the latest on Natural Born Juicers, Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamer, Garfield Brewery, Bonna Station, Turchetti’s, Nespresso, Chuck E. Cheese, Le Peep and more.
Strategic Capital Partners and Goodwill Industries are partnering on complex intended to diversify downtown rental market.
After leaving more than a decade ago, it’s returning with a new business model and new concept. Also this week: Buffalo Wings and Rings, Tie Dye Grill, The Donut Experiment, and Tony’s Steaks and Seafood.
Jason’s Deli, which closed June 29, had been in operation for less than a year. Also this week: Portillo’s, Condado Tacos, Not Just Popcorn and more.
The gymnasium for thrill-seekers will include a stunt platform, trapeze area and foam pit. Also this week: a new Newk’s, changes at the Fashion Mall and deals for Amazonians at Whole Foods.
The brewery is following competitors that have opened up to minors. Also this week: Campbell’s Highland Grill, Camp Bow Wow, Untuckit, Tandoor & Tikka, Qdoba
Also this week: Commissary Barber and Barista, Pots & Pans Pie Co., Big Bazaar Indian Grocery and Kitchen, Indy E Cigs, and more.
Roundup: The 96-year-old tire and automotive service retailer plans to open more than two dozen area stores in next 18 months. Also, news on Provider coffee, Warby Parker eyewear and a new coworking space.
The Carson’s anchor store went out of business April 29. Its Washington and Meridian street entrances have been closed since then, blocking key entryways into the mall.
The Italian-themed eatery in the upscale Alexander hotel will be operated by the same homegrown firm that has created some of the best-reviewed restaurants in the city.
Low-key downtown eatery busts into Fishers; convenience store known for rural markets enters Indy.
Wisconsin-based Kohl’s said last month it will shrink about a dozen of its stores this year as part of a broader effort to reduce its bricks-and-mortar square footage.
Old National took over all three of the branches in 2009 when it acquired 52 Indianapolis-area Charter One offices. All but a few of those locations have since closed.
Event boosts independent retailers. Also this week: Bentley’s Pet Stuff, Bird Fever, Le Peep and Tom Wood Toyota.