More Business News from December…

BurgerFuel will open this spring at 333 Mass Ave next to Walgreens, according to a recent report in the Indianapolis Business Journal. The New Zealand-based company opened its first Indianapolis outlet earlier this year in Broad Ripple.

It now appears the Mayfair Tap Room won’t open until after Christmas, Alec Hill and Hilary Powers report. The couple are renovating the former Mayfair Tavern building at the corner of 10th and Hamilton streets on the Near Eastside. The project was profiled in the August 2017 issue of Urban Times, when Hill and Powers had hoped to be open before winter arrived.

They have described the Mayfair Tap Room as a neighborhood-friendly, family-friendly establishment. It will feature local and regional craft beers, along with wine. The Mayfair will feature a full kitchen, offering sandwiches, salads and soups.

The grand opening of Penn and Beech Candle Co. has been pushed back to early December. The store, located in the new 747 College Ave. building, will specialize in natural gourmet soy candles and custom fragrances, including allowing     customers to create their own scent experiences.

The store, reported in the October issue of Urban Times, is owned by two sisters, Brianna and Lacey Doles, and Brianna’s husband, Seth.

INDEPENDENT ADULT DAY CARE CENTER has leased space at 2225 Shelby St., between CVS and Family Video in Garfield Park, according to a report in the Indianapolis Business Journal.

Pearl REM has completed its two-year renovation project of The Wyndham at 1040 N. Delaware St. The historic building which dates to 1929 was very run down when Pearl REM purchased the building. It now features one- and two-bedroom apartments. Leasing is being handled by Pearl Real Estate Management. The rehab includes a pet-washing station, a business center and a fitness center.

The first residents are expected to move into FORTE this month. The five-story mixed-use development sits at 1202 Shelby St. in the heart of Fountain Square. The Deylen Realty project features 64 market-rate units, 4,000 square feet of retail and a garage for 70 vehicles.

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