The Circle City believes in how revamping and individuality can create a home for everyone – cue: The Stutz Business and Arts Center. In 1912, Harry Stutz, former competitor in the first Indy 500, opened a racing vehicle factory. Twenty-nine years later, Eli Lilly operated the building as a paper packaging facility. Local artists and creatives used the vacant building as a safe place to express themselves after Turner Woodard acquired it in 1993. Fast forward almost 30 years and SomeraRoad has refurbished the factory as a place for people to come together in a “live-work-play atmosphere” with places to shop, eat, exercise, work, and host events.


  • The third location for the well-loved European-style craft bakery that is famous for the scratch sourdough made fresh daily.
  • Founder Ed Battista is also the creator of the successful Bluebeard and King Dough.
  • Choose from a variety of breads, cookies, and croissants!
  • Honoring its namesake, the 10,000-square-foot gallery museum has public hours and private event availability.
  • Showcased cars include a 1914 Stutz Bearcat, a 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi Boxer, and other vintage cars.
  • Downtown Indy’s original CrossFit affiliate is expanding to an 11,000 square foot space. Myriad Yoga will be adjacently located in a 2,500 square foot space.
  • A variety of programs are available in addition to CrossFit including personal training, group classes, and nutrition.
  •  An indoor plant and gift shop owned by Eric and Amanda Griffith, a local couple.
  •  Add to your plant collection anytime! They are open seven days a week.
  • A non-profit organization that serves to support artists through open studio events and annual open houses.

  •  Tenant artists are painters, jewelers, illustrators, sculptors, and photographers.

  • Based in Nashville, Tennessee, the coffee company and roaster is opening a location in the Hoosier state
  • In addition to supporting locally sourced products, they also source the highest quality coffee from environmentally responsible farms.
  • Famously known around the city, the “student union for adults” will serve all-day breakfast and lunch options to visitors and residents.

  • All food is made with organic and locally sourced ingredients.

  • Founded by Martha Hoover, the restaurant has been named one of the “Top Ten Places for Breakfast in the Country” by Bon Appetit Magazine.

  •  A meeting and wedding venue with a modern design and new technology.

  • Indoor and outdoor event capabilities and space for up to 425 guests.

  • An authentic Mexican street taco on tortillas made in-house with corn straight from Mexico.
  • Created by acclaimed chefs Gabriel Sanudo and Esteban Rosas.


  • Enjoy a good after-work beer or cocktails!

  • Serving with the atmosphere of a dive bar in a modern way.

  • Working with the City of Indianapolis, they want to match rising fashion designers, creative makers, and others with unused retail real estate.
  • Their goal is to eliminate empty storefronts and inspire local and visitor consumers to shop locally to ensure Indy neighborhoods thrive.


  •  A co-working space that offers 350 seats to companies and others to get on their work grind.
  •  Private offices, shared workspaces, conference rooms, lounge areas, and outdoor access provide plenty of space – 28,000 square feet to be exact – to have lots of brainstorming sessions.