The retail giant said it originally instructed store managers to move firearms and ammunition from in-store displays to a secure location in the back “in an abundance of caution” due to the potential for “civil unrest.”
Shake Shack plans to open downtown location in 2021
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.Read More
Huse Culinary closing book on downtown Burger Study due to pandemic
Launched in 2017, Burger Study was designed to attract downtown office workers, convention attendees and spectators for sporting events and concerts. All of those populations have been cut thin by the pandemic.Read More
Sizzling housing market shows no sign of cooling off going into 2021
“Indianapolis is one of the fastest-selling metros in the country,” said Chris Glynn, a senior economist at Zillow, a real estate website and research firm. “The typical home in Indianapolis is selling in five days or less.”Read More
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Lebanon’s campaign for new, mixed-use development downtown is off to a slow start.
After being caught off guard during nationwide social unrest this summer and suffering millions in damages, retailers have spent months prepping for another possible bout of vandalism on Election Day.
Gun sales have long been a hot-button issue for the Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer. Walmart stopped selling handguns and certain types of ammunition last September, after shootings at company stores left at least 24 people dead.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust reported $65.1 million in revenue for its third quarter—an uptick of about $2 million from the previous quarter, but a drastic drop from the $75 million earned during the same period in 2019.
The condo at 429 N. Pennsylvania St. is listed by Derek Gutting with Keller Williams Indianapolis Metro North for $1.695 million.
These vintage-style prints with their rustic frames would fit right into today’s popular farmhouse decor. But they’d look just as good in a more traditional home, especially in a small powder room, entryway or laundry space.
Work on the ritzy Mass Ave hotel has continued throughout the pandemic, despite delays to other projects around the city. The Bottleworks campus food hall is slated to open in January.
The 30-unit apartment project is aimed at individuals aged 18 to 24 who were previously in the state’s child welfare and fostering system.
The projects include a two-building development in Broad Ripple that would serve as the headquarters for the staffing firm Eight Eleven Group.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she isn’t sure the governor’s new restrictions are targeting the right people and worries that they will adversely affect the city’s economy.
Zesco Restaurant Supply needs to replace a nearby warehouse that will be demolished as part of IU Health’s massive expansion of its Methodist Hospital campus in coming years.
Dayna Isom Johnson, the trend expert at Etsy.com, sees a turn toward “cheerful citrus” this holiday season. “It’s an escape from traditional themes for the holidays,” she said. “It’s really allowing you to add a pop of sunshine.”
Every wall, nook and corner features original art, almost all of it purchased from central Indiana artists or from the local artists in places where the couple vacationed, including Alaska and Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas.
Houses across central Indiana continue to sell quickly, with the average property on the market just 27 days until closing. That’s 13% faster than a year ago, which already was considered a seller’s market.
Indianapolis-based KCG Cos. hopes to build as many as 200 apartment or townhome units for working-class residents, which would be adjacent to a new home for Mt. Paran Baptist Church on Franklin Road.
The Smoke Pit opened in late September at 221 W. Main St. in Old Town Greenwood, offering a place for aficionados and novices alike to enjoy good conversation and a good cigar.
There’s one thing Eddie is certain about: Without more government assistance, a large percentage of local restaurants will close. And that, he said, won’t be good for the community.
Much of last month’s growth came from clothing stores, where sales rose 11%. At auto dealerships and parts shops, sales were up 3.6%.
The monthly sales increase was the third in a row after a three-month streak of declining sales in the market brought on by the pandemic.