Consumers are providing critical support to the economy even after a year of seeing prices spiral higher for gas, food, rent, and other necessities.
Circle Centre owners take first steps in recasting downtown mall
The ownership group plans to begin conversations with potential developers in the near future, after receiving suggestions from four design groups for remaking the massive property as a mixed-use district.Read More
Sportsman’s Warehouse among new tenants at Brownsburg retail center
A trio of “junior anchor” stores will join a recently opened Kroger at the renovated Brownsburg Square retail center, where a Kmart closed in 2017.Read More
Amazon reports rare quarterly loss as online shopping slows
Amazon prospered during the COVID-19 pandemic as homebound people eager to limit human contact turned online to purchase what they need. But growth has slowed as vaccinated Americans feel more comfortable going out.Read More
Home furnishings retailer plans to turn DeHaan estate into giant showroom, restaurant
National retailer RH is teaming with a developer to take over Linden House—the 152-acre Indianapolis estate of late businesswoman and philanthropist Christel DeHaan—and turn it into a huge home furnishings showroom, interior design gallery, upscale restaurant, wine bar and outdoor furniture gallery.Read More
Feeling a bit cheated when you look down at your plate? It’s not just a figment of your imagination—portions at some U.S. restaurants are indeed getting smaller.
In 2015, Stephanie Drewry launched a children’s cooking school in her home, with the vision of eventually opening a brick-and-mortar location. Two years later, she opened Sprouts Cooking School in Carmel. A second location is on the way.
The department store said Wednesday that shareholders have voted to re-elect all 13 of its director nominees, according to a preliminary tally at its shareholders’ meeting.
Walmart said 957 of the people employed at the facility have accepted new jobs with the company, while 1,132 “have not accepted alternative positions.”
After local shops observe Record Store Day on April 23, Indy CD & Vinyl will throw a 20th-anniversary party on April 24.
The national liquor superstore chain that entered the Indianapolis market in 2020 with a store in Nora has filed plans for a 23,451-square-foot store at 13145 Levinson Lane in Noblesville.
Soaring prices on everything, particularly at the gas pump, are now making shoppers choosier about how they spend their money.
Roughly 30% of formula products were out of stock across the country the week of April 3, according to data from Datasembly, a retail software company.
Kmart’s demise is attributed to the rise of Walmart and Target and online behemoth Amazon. But retail expert Mark Cohen says the company also was dogged by poor management decisions and could have stayed viable.
Rogers is placing one of her Cake Bake Shop restaurants at Disney’s BoardWalk at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando. The Disney site is expected to open next year.
SomeraRoad Inc., which acquired the Stutz Motor Car Co. factory complex last year for $25.8 million, confirmed Friday the four businesses will open on the ground floor of two Stutz buildings closest to the intersection of North Capitol Avenue and 10th Street.
Inspo, a concept by Fishers resident Kelsey Murphy, joins One Trick Pony and Gordito’s at Fishers Test Kitchen.
The Bulldog Bar & Lounge, which is expected to open in May, will feature 48 self-serve taps in addition to traditional bar service and a restaurant named BD Social.
The project at the site of a former Kroger store is expected to consist of about 234 apartment units, a 240-space parking garage and 3,600 square feet of street-level restaurant space.
Kirk’s Hardware, owned by Bill and Carrie Prater since 2002, is set to close at the end of the month. The 133-year-old, six-floor building that houses the business at 848 Logan St. has always had a hardware store as a ground-floor occupant.
Until the company determines whether or not the massive distribution building can be salvaged, Walmart will rely on its other 45 or so e-commerce fulfillment centers across the United States to complete orders.
After beginning the year in a buying mood, Americans slowed their spending in February on gadgets, home furnishings and other discretionary items as higher prices for food, gasoline, and shelter consumed more of their wallets.
The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers will join restaurants and shops along Disney’s BoardWalk near Orlando, Florida.