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New businesses taking over second building at the Circle City Industrial Complex

The new space at 1011 Mass Ave. will be the second building to open at the Circle City Industrial Complex.

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There are also two free parking lots across from the Circle City Industrial Complex.

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A 95,000-sqft building in the process of being redeveloped at the Circle City Industrial Complex will be home to several new businesses.

The space at 1011 Mass Ave. will be the second building to open at the complex that stretches across 16 acres. The new building will include various retail stores, restaurants, and office spaces, with a focus on local businesses — and it already has eight businesses all slated to open in fall 2024.

The lineup includes:

  • Bike People
  • Daisy Bar
  • Flags for Good
  • Legacy Tokyo
  • MVMT House
  • Optical retail
  • Salt & Ash Market
  • Snapdragon Salon and Art Collective

The new building will also provide an event center for live performances, corporate events, weddings, and more. It will have space for up to 30 tenants, which are available for pre-lease.

Originally constructed in 1918 as the Schwitzer manufacturing facility, 1011 Mass Ave. will feature vintage industrial architecture combined with modern amenities in its reimagined state. Many of the small businesses will be located on an indoor walking + biking path called the “production line”.

The Circle City Industrial Complex is located on the east side of downtown Indianapolis + already houses more than 140 tenants at 1125 Brookside Ave., including Centerpoint Brewing, SoChatti, 8th Day Distillery, and Fowling Warehouse.

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