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A New Lobster Roll Restaurant has just Signed on at Bottleworks Food Hall on Mass Ave.

If you’re a fan of lobster rolls, lobster macaroni and cheese or just lobster straight off the claw, dipped in warm butter, you’ll be happy with the newest tenant at Bottleworks District's food hall under construction on Mass Ave.

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Indianapolis Business Journal
All the New Restaurants Coming to Bottleworks District Food Hall on Mass Ave.

If you think downtown Indy’s Mass Ave. has a lot of restaurants now – 45 in all – just wait until the giant food hall opens at Bottleworks District, where six of 26 expected vendors have already signed up to serve everything from ice cream to oysters, tacos and poké bowls.

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Indianapolis Business Journal
Daredevil Brewing Co. to open taproom at Bottleworks District

INDIANAPOLIS — The taproom will open in 2020 as the north-end anchor to the food hall near 10th Street and the intersection of the Indianapolis Cultural and Monon trails. The Bottleworks location is expected to seat about 70 people and offer carry-out beer. It will be the second satellite taproom for the growing brewery.

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RTV6 Indianapolis
RTV6 Rewind: Mass Ave then and now; once regarded as a ‘skid row area’

INDIANAPOLIS —If you’ve ever visited downtown Indianapolis, chances are you’ve wandered onto Massachusetts Avenue. Whether for drinks, dinner or maybe some shoes, Mass Ave. is home to some of Indy’s most beloved businesses.

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Inside Indiana Business
Bottleworks Adds Two Entertainment Tenants

INDIANAPOLIS - The $300 million Bottleworks district has announced the addition of two entertainment tenants for the former Coca-Cola bottling plant on Massachusetts Avenue near downtown Indianapolis.

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wthr.com
New entertainment venues coming to Bottleworks on Mass Ave

 INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Bowling, brews and movies are coming to the "Bottleworks" District on Mass Ave. That's the space inside the old Coca-Cola bottling plant.

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Inside Indiana Business
Quality of Life Projects: Bottleworks District

Mass Ave. is expected to attract even more people when the $300 million Bottleworks District opens. Leadership from Hendricks Commercial Properties updates a transformational plan for restaurants, bars, boutique hotel, movie theater and more.

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RE journals
Tech Companies Provide Big Boost to Indianapolis

It might seem like it, but Amazon isn’t the only tech company out there. There are plenty of online retailers and tech start-ups that are moving into locations across the Midwest. And one city that’s attracting plenty of these companies? Indianapolis.

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Inside Indiana Business
First Office Tenant Locks in at Bottleworks District

INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis-based High Alpha will be the anchor office tenant of a high-profile development. The $300 million Bottleworks District, which broke ground three months ago, will also include hotel, residential, theater and retail spaces, as well as a food hall.

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TheIndyChannel.com
Construction Begins on Bottleworks District at site of Old Coca-Cola Plant

INDIANAPOLIS -- Construction is underway for a project that could transform part of downtown Indianapolis. The Bottleworks District is a $300 million mixed-use re-development of the old Coca-Cola bottling plant on Mass Ave.  

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Indianapolis Business Journal
URBAN DESIGN: Food culture is evolving along with our urban lifestyles

No matter how you observe the holidays, food is likely at the center of the celebration. Perhaps not nearly as obvious is how essential food has become to the form and function of cities.

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Indy Star
One last chance to tour the Coca-Cola Plant before tickets sell out. Again.

After quickly selling out in August, Indiana Landmarks is giving you one last chance to tour the historic Coca-Cola bottling plant before its big redevelopment. 

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Inside Indiana Business
Coca-Cola Bottling Plant Redevelopment Moves Forward

INDIANAPOLIS - Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties has closed on a deal with Indianapolis Public Schools to purchase the former Coca-Cola bottling plant in downtown Indianapolis. The development firm plans to turn the 12-acre site into a $260 million mixed-use development, known as the Bottleworks District.

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Indianapolis Business Journal
New renderings show plans for Mass Ave's Bottleworks taking shape

Plans for the massive Bottleworks mixed-use project at College and Massachusetts avenues continue to take shape as the developer presents more building renderings to the city for review.

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Indy Star
A grand food hall will open at Mass Ave.'s Coca-Cola plant in Indianapolis

Rambling food halls full of markets and mini restaurants have been popping up across America since 2015. One of them is coming to Downtown Indianapolis’ Coca-Cola bottling plant on Mass Ave.

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Indiana Landmarks
Indiana Landmarks offers another tour of Coca-Cola plant before reinvention as Bottleworks

On Feb. 17, Indiana Landmarks will offer another “before” tour of the historic Coca-Cola bottling plant that Hendricks Commercial Properties will soon convert to Bottleworks—apartments, restaurants, retail shops, movie theaters, and a boutique hotel—just prior to the start of construction. The nonprofit organization’s first “before” tour of the site, held last summer, sold out weeks before the event.

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Indianapolis Monthly
The Man Behind Bottleworks

“I’m very bullish on Indianapolis,” Isaac Bamgbose says excitedly when talking about developing the historic Coca-Cola bottling plant on the northeast end of Mass Ave. It’s not just youthful enthusiasm (Bamgbose is all of 26)—a rare 1930s Art Deco building on an even rarer 12 acres of urban property presents an exciting real-estate opportunity. “In its heyday, the plant was pumping out 2 million bottles of Coca-Cola a week,” he says. “It was a huge economic driver for the city. We have to do something worthy of that history.”

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Bradley Company
Top 5 Indianapolis Projects

Indianapolis sets the tone for overall developmental happenings in the Midwest. Below we've highlighted five of the largest, most impactful projects happening in the Indiana capital. For information regarding additional projects in the Indianapolis area, check out our 2017 Central Indiana Market Study

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wthr.com
Bottleworks District progress still on schedule despite pandemic
 

Despite the pandemic, construction on the Bottleworks District at the old Coca-Cola plant in downtown Indianapolis is right on schedule.

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wishtv.com
The W Nail Bar to open at new Bottleworks Hotel

An Ohio-based luxury nail bar will set up shop inside the lobby of the hotel being constructed as part of the $300 million Bottleworks District in downtown Indianapolis.

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MidwestLiving
New Midwest Boutique Hotels

If you’re feeling safe about travel and are looking for new lodging choices, keep these Midwest hotels on your short list. Some are already open; others plan to open soon.

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insideindianabusiness.com
Bottleworks Phase One Set for Opening

Despite economic uncertainties brought on by the pandemic, the $300 million Bottleworks project in downtown Indianapolis is moving forward. 

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