Ironworks Hotel Indy brings luxurious lodging experience to Indianapolis’ north side
INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 11, 2017) – Ironworks Hotel Indy, the first boutique hotel on Indianapolis’ north side, opened on Tuesday, September 12. The hotel welcomes guests to the new Indianapolis location to enjoy rooms and suites inspired by the 19th century capped off with industrial charm and modern amenities.
Adjacent to the Ironworks at Keystone mixed-use apartment and retail complex, Ironworks Hotel Indy offers a lodging experience unique to Indiana. The 100,000-square-foot hotel features 120 guest rooms, a fitness center and three meeting and conference rooms including the 700-square-foot Keystone room, the 250-square-foot Meridian room, and the 200-square-foot Chatham room. All guest rooms include luxury bedding, 60-75-inch Ultra HD Smart televisions with cable, Guild + Pepper bath products by Gilchrist & Soames, Keurig® coffee makers, in-room safes, minibars, room service and Tivoli® BT AM/FM Clock Radios. Amenities include complimentary wireless internet, coffee service, shuttle services within five miles, pet-friendly rooms with an additional fee, in-room dining, valet parking, concierge services and business services such as printing, copying and faxing.
Guests interested in making reservations at Ironworks Hotel Indy can choose between four room options to book now:
- The Traditional Room features two queen beds or one king bed, a 60-inch television and a spa-like bathroom with a frosted glass rainforest shower.
- The Heritage Room features two queen beds or one king bed, a queen-size leather sofa sleeper, a 75-inch television and a spa-like bathroom with a frosted glass rainforest shower.
- The Legacy Suite features one king bed, a queen-sized leather sofa sleeper, double-sided 60-inch televisions and a seating area, a spa-like bathroom with a frosted glass rainforest shower. Legacy Terrace Suites are available with a larger walk-out veranda with a firepit, soft seating and outdoor music.
- The Founder’s Suite has one king bed, living area, dining for six, double-sided 60-inch televisions, a spa-like bathroom with a frosted glass rainforest shower and a larger walk-out veranda with a firepit, soft seating and outdoor music available.
“We are ecstatic to open our doors in Indiana and provide guests with an exceptional boutique hotel experience,” said Rob Gerbitz, president and CEO of Hendricks Commercial Properties, the developer behind Ironworks Hotel Indy. “Every decision for this hotel—from the architecture to the aroma to the bed sheets—was made with our guests at top of mind. We want Ironworks Hotel Indy to be a must-visit for local residents and those traveling to the city, and we can’t wait to serve our visitors.”
Ironworks Hotel Indy will also offer 15,000 square feet of street-level retail space, including Massage Heights, a leader of professional, affordable and convenient therapeutic massage and facial services; Blue Sushi Sake Grill, Indianapolis’ first location offering a creative sushi experience; and Cunningham Restaurant Group’s Rize, a breakfast and lunch restaurant open seven days a week that also offers catering. On the second floor, Cunningham Restaurant Group’s Provision will occupy 5,000 square feet and feature an outdoor patio for lunch and dinner.
To celebrate its opening, Ironworks Hotel is hosting a grand opening event on Saturday, October 21, from 5-10:30 p.m. The event will feature music from Indianapolis favorite The Bishops and Wisconsin-based WiFEE and the HUZzBAND, food from Ruth’s Chris, Sangiovese Ristorante and Cunningham Restaurant Group, a beer garden and hotel tours upon request. Tickets will be available this month on Eventbrite, and they will also be sold on site the day of the event.
Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties owns more than more than 9 million square feet of real estate in 30 states across the U.S., including five buildings in Indiana. In 2012, Hendricks Commercial Properties entered the Indianapolis market with its groundbreaking of Ironworks at Keystone, which has since received numerous accolades, including the Best Retail/Mixed Use Project of the Year Award from the Indiana chapter of NAIOP in 2015, and the Best Neighborhood Revitalization and Real Estate Development Award from the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce in 2015. On September 1, Hendricks Commercial Properties closed on the Coca-Cola bottling plant site located at 850 Massachusetts Avenue in Indianapolis, which will be home to the $260 million mixed-use Bottleworks District.
Guest reservations are now open for the boutique hotel
About Ironworks Hotel Indy
Ironworks Hotel Indy is Indianapolis’ first and only north side boutique hotel. The five-story original brick industrial building inspired by 19th century architecture will feature 120 guest rooms in addition to retail space, and provide a comfortable, eclectic first-class experience for both local guests and travelers.
About Hendricks Commercial Properties
For the past 43 years, Hendricks Commercial Properties, headquartered in Beloit, Wis., has been investing in commercial real estate throughout the country. Diane Hendricks, Chairman of the Board, started the company in 1974 with a core focus in multi-family and industrial real estate. Today, the company is a diversified real estate investment, development and management company comprised of more than 9 million square feet with over 800 tenants located in 30 states. The company and its ongoing strategy remains committed to continually growing a highly diversified Class A portfolio with its core asset focus being industrial, retail and urban mixed-use commercial.