The Bottleworks District of Indianapolis is set to transform downtown Indianapolis in 2020. Get an inside look at what's to come and how the development will impact the Indy community.
Bottleworks Tenant List Continues to Grow
INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — The developers of the $300 million Bottleworks District project in downtown Indianapolis are adding to a growing list of retail tenants. Set to open later this year, the redevelopment of the former Coca-Cola bottling plant will now include Becker Supply Co. and The Woodhouse Day Spa.
Sitting in the North Mass Ave corridor, one of Indianapolis' four original diagonals, the
is a fusion of past and present in the heart of historic neighborhoods, robust arts, industrial architecture & good spots galore.
They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
They say that what goes into something is what makes it special.
The place once known for filling bottles
was also known for something more.
A vision for the future–the pride of an entire community.
They used to think that what went into those bottles had the power to make you feel alive.
But what if where they filled them was the true source of inspiration?
This is our place.
Enjoy. Fill every moment.
WHAT IS COMING?
Gather, Grow, Explore
The Garage will be a 30,000 plus square foot community-focused food and market hall located in the heart of the development comprised of two authentic garage buildings sporting Art Deco terra-cotta facades that have large roll up doors allowing for an open air experience. Lease terms are flexible, vendors will range in size from 100 to 1,000 sq ft. This modern market will be active from morning until night, as a place to discover the best of Indianapolis' chefs and artisan craftsmen. We are curating an exceptional mix of users, such as coffee roasters, florists, brewers, food purveyors and artisans crafting locally-made products of all types.
Socialize, Feast, Experience
From bars and restaurants to a movie theater and fitness boutiques, revel in all that Bottleworks district has to offer. Living Room Theater was created by longtime filmmakers who set out to reinvent the way films are experienced, and features a sophisticated yet comfortable environment of a European-style cafe and lounge. The theater showcases local and international acclaimed films and independent filmmakers. Complement a good film or rewarding workout with delicious food and drink, eclectic live music, and energetic rooftop bars all found throughout Bottleworks District.
Unwind, Relax, Dream
Visit Indianapolis in luxurious comfort and travel beyond your expectations. Built for the modern traveler, the 140-key boutique Bottleworks Hotel will occupy the top two floors of the historic bottling works administration building. The hotel will also operate a restaurant and lounge. The hotel showcases the best of Indianapolis, and you can experience a new way to stay.
Shop, Sample, Indulge
There will be 143,340 square feet of retail space available on Massachusetts Avenue, College Avenue, 9th Street and Carrollton Avenue. Retail suites from 1,000 to 22,000 sq ft are available. The retail merchandising mix will include unique and exceptional local, regional and national tenants across a mix of restaurants, soft goods, entertainment, service, fitness and specialty retailers. The renewed streetscape will captivate with its gleaming Art Deco facades restored to their authentic beauty, along with exciting options for dining, playing and living every moment of the day.
Dwell, Hustle, Thrive
There's more to the Bottleworks District residential units than just living. The location is in close proximity to hotspots around downtown Indianapolis, in addition to the entertainment and office space located directly in the Bottleworks District. There will be 227 new residential units at the project, and both rental and for sale options will be available. We're changing the way people live, work and play.
Connect, Learn, Flourish
Create an office culture unlike any other and utilize what Bottleworks District has to offer. The office component of the project will contain 175,729 square feet between a building at the corner of Mass Ave and Carrollton and a building at 10th Street and Carrollton Avenue. No matter the size of the office, Bottleworks District will take the traditional office setting from ordinary to extraordinary.