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Electric bike company, aesthetic dermatology group, modern Mexican eatery among newest tenants

Indianapolis, IN (October 4, 2023) – Bottleworks District, the historic $300+ million mixed-use development in downtown Indianapolis, announces the addition of seven new tenants, including office, restaurant, and retail businesses, with more on the way.

The Flatiron Building, currently under construction at Massachusetts and College, is now 100% leased on office space with several retail and restaurant deals in negotiation at the ground floor level. Office leasing has also been brisk at the Bellefontaine Office Suites with only two remaining spaces available. In addition, there have been several retail and restaurant leases signed throughout the District.

Now Open:

  • Pedego Indy, an electric bike company, sells and rents bikes anpd accessories as well as offers tours that take guests throughout the city. Pedego officially rolled up its garage doors for business on July 1.

  • Pig Pen, a barbecue concept from Portland, Oregon, opened in The Garage Food Hall in September. The restaurant serves ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and other barbecue favorites.

Coming Soon:

  • Bernhardt Phillips, a law firm, will move into the Bellefontaine Office Suites by the end of the year.

  • EDP Renewables,North America, a leader in the North American renewable energy sector, will also move into the Bellefontaine Office Suites later this year.

  • The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, A private foundation that works to advance the vitality of Indianapolis and the well-being of its people, will move into the third floor of the building under construction at corner of Massachusetts Avenue in spring of 2024.

  • Laser Away, the nation’s leading laser hair removal company, specializes in esthetic services including Botox, facials, skin rejuvenation, and more. It plans to open in spring of 2024.

  • Piedra, a new concept from the local Verde Group, plans to open in the district along College Avenue in time for the holiday season of 2024. The restaurant will feature a modern Mexican menu with a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

“We’re excited to welcome these new businesses to Bottleworks District. In particular, we are very pleased with the leasing activity in the office space. These new tenants will bring an additional vibrancy and dimension to the District,” said Gavin Thomas, Vice President of Development for Hendricks Commercial Properties.

Bottleworks District is a 12-acre mixed-use development that includes office space, retail, restaurants, a hotel, and public plaza. Phase II is under construction and on schedule and will open in two stages starting in 2024 with full completion scheduled by spring of 2025.

Matt Langfelt and Rich Forslund of Colliers International managed the office leasing and Dean Almas and Steve Delaney of CBRE managed the retail leasing on behalf of the Bottleworks District. For more information, please visit


About Bottleworks District

A $300+ million, 12-acre urban mixed-use development, Bottleworks has reimagined the iconic Coca-Cola building in downtown Indianapolis. The largest private development of its kind in Indiana, Bottleworks serves as a culinary, arts, and entertainment hub, featuring the city’s first food hall, a boutique hotel, as well as 180,000 square-feet of flexible office space and 175,000 square-feet of prime retail space. The Bottleworks District will build a legacy, showcase local talent, and create a true third place for generations to come. For more information, visit

About Hendricks Commercial Properties

Headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin, Hendricks Commercial Properties (HCP) invests in, develops and manages mixed-use destinations and industrial properties throughout the United States. HCP maintains and creates work environments and lifestyles that people truly enjoy being a part of on a daily basis. For more information, visit Media Contact: Shannon Kelly, PR Specialist,


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