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.
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.
- 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.