FOUNTAIN SQUARE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Historic building in Fountain Square with office and commercial restaurant space.
Built in 1915, the building is named after Jacob Woessner, a prominent southside resident who operated a successful meat market, on the site of the structure as early as 1877. Being two blocks away from the heart of Fountain Square as well as being a stop on the Virginia Avenue car line made the Woessner Building a desirable location for businesses. This desire has only grown over time, as Fountain Square is widely considered to be Indianapolis' newest trendy neighborhood, with an eclectic mix of retro architecture and modern, urban design.
Renovated in 2017, the Woessner Building is home to The Inferno Room, an island-themed Tiki bar, as well as beautiful loft-style offices.
In addition, this property also features a secondary built-out restaurant space complete with a fully equipped commercial kitchen, providing an excellent foundation for culinary innovation and business success. The layout is thoughtfully arranged to cater to the dynamic needs of a modern restaurant, ensuring a seamless and efficient workflow for your staff. This commercial space offers not only a fantastic business opportunity but also the chance to become an integral part of the local community.
1,500 - 3,400 SF
1915 (Renovated 2017)
• Controlled surface parking lot adjacent to building
• On-site restaurant and bar, The Inferno Room
• Historic charm and character throughout
• Exposed brick, open duct work, excellent window lines, hardwood floors
• Walkability to downtown dining, retail and entertainment