Are you Falling for it?
|It’s officially fall! We think… Not sure we’re “falling for it”, as there are record high’s across Indiana as we head into October. Anyone want to bet we have snow on Halloween?! Regardless of the unpredictable weather, we are making some impressive progress on ground-up projects all around town before winter arrives, three of which are a stones throw from our home office!
Our team was honored this month to be named the “Best Restaurant Contractor in Indianapolis” by GC Magazine! Restaurants have been a large part of our portfolio since Capitol was founded and continues to fuel our pipeline. We all need to eat! From small restaurant remodels to high-end ground-up restaurants, Capitol is your go-to for our experience and performance in the restaurant sector!
All of the projects featured this month were done by our interiors division, From small to large-scale, Capitol can meet your construction needs! Additional photos of these projects below can be viewed on our facebook page.
Lastly, our team will be attending the Chicago ICSC convention in a few weeks! If you’ll be there and would like to connect, please contact Lauren Kriner!
Hoping you enjoy the changing of the season and embrace the colors of fall!
INFOSYS, Indianapolis, IN- 42,000 Sq. Ft.
Capitol’s interiors division just wrapped up a 42, 000 square foot office expansion on three additional floors for international digital service & consulting firm, Infosys, at downtown Indy’s One America tower. Their new office was designed by locally-based Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf and is infused with bright colors and a variety of workspaces. This was a fast-paced project to allow Infoysys to expand their existing footprint within the OneAmerica Tower.
BREWDOG, Indianapolis, IN- 4,700 Sq. Ft.
Bringing their passion for great craft beer to Indy, one of the UK’s fast growing food and drink companies decided to open BrewDog in Indy’s popular Fountain Square this month! Capitol enjoyed working with the spirited BrewDog team on their first 4,700 square foot restaurant and bar on a fast-paced schedule. Columbus, OH-based DKB Architects designed the airy and artsy space, featuring sandwiches, wings, tacos and tons of craft beers! Make sure to check out this special new offering on Shelby St!
BABY’S RESTAURANT, Indianapolis, IN- 4,700 Sq. Ft.
The much anticipated Baby’s Restaurant just opened in the former Talbott Street establishment at 2147 N. Talbott, just north of downtown Indianapolis. The retro style, family-friendly diner involved a huge transformation to incorporate an outdoor patio with operable garage doors and bright colors! Ball & Biscuit owners Kendall Lockwood and Trevor Belden will be operating Baby’s as well, which neighbors and visitors alike can’t wait to try! Blackline Studio designed the 4,700 square foot Baby’s space.
RECOVERY UNPLUGGED, Brentwood, TN- 16,400 Sq. Ft
Opening in a few weeks, Recovery Unplugged will provide music-based addiction treatment in Nashville, helping the many afflicted by drug addiction in Music City. Our Nashville team converted an old wood-framed business office into a first-class drug treatment facility, adding a commercial elevator, sprinkler system, state-of-the-art kitchen, group rooms and beds/baths for 32 guests. Smith Gee Studio designed the significant changes, and Kimley Horn performed the civil engineering for needed sitework. The new Recovery Unplugged is 16,400 square feet.
CAP CENTER, Indianapolis, IN- 15,000 Sq. Ft.
Capitol Center in downtown Indy is under new ownership by Zeller Realty and is already starting some exciting changes in the towers. Our interiors team recently completed their new 3,000 square foot management office, in addition to three spec suites totaling nearly 12,000 square feet of move-in ready space! The views from Cap Center are tremendous, and the fresh spaces, in addition to the upcoming lobby remodel make these buildings a must-see. Design provided by Schott! Zeller Realty has been a client of Capitol for many, many years, and we appreciate that they take us with them wherever they go!