850 MASS AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN
OFFICE, RETAIL, EXPERIENTIAL
$300 million, 12-acre urban mixed-use redevelopment of the former Coca Cola bottling plant.
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 SF of flexible office space and 175,000 SF of prime retail space. The Bottleworks District will build a legacy, showcase local talent, and create a true third place for generations to come.
The Coca-Cola bottling plant was founded in 1920 on Mass Ave. By 1950, it had expanded and was the largest bottling plant in the world, with 260 employees and 110 delivery trucks. In 1964, Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner, Tony Hulman, bought the Coca-Cola franchise. After a few years, he moved bottling operations to Speedway and used the Mass Ave building to store his collection of vintage automobiles. In 1968, the building was sold to Indianapolis Public Schools to be used as the central prep kitchen, bus service center, and woodworking studio.
In 2016, Hendricks Commercial Properties was selected to redevelop the Coca-Cola Bottling Plant and took ownership of the property in 2017.
Phase I opened in 2020, including The Garage Food Hall and Bottleworks Hotel. Phase II will encompass over two acres of land from Mass Ave. to 9th Street to include two office buildings with ground floor retail, a new integrated parking garage and streetscape and landscaping improvements. Construction is underway and will be completed by 2025.
Sitting in the North Mass Ave corridor, one of Indianapolis' four original diagonals, the Bottleworks District is a fusion of past and present in the heart of historic neighborhoods, robust arts, industrial architecture & good spots galore.
SF ON REQUEST
1920 (Renovated 2020)
• 180,000 SF flexible office space
• 175,000 SF prime retail space
• 17 buildings on 12 acres
• On-site food hall, luxury movie theatre and boutique hotel