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Bottleworks District construction still on schedule despite coronavirus pandemic

Construction on the Bottleworks District is right on schedule. In fact, several parts will be open by the end of the year, including the 139-room Bottleworks Hotel.

INDIANAPOLIS — Despite the coronavirus pandemic, construction on the Bottleworks District in downtown Indianapolis is right on schedule. In fact, several parts will be open by the end of the year, including the 139-room Bottleworks Hotel.

"This is the site of the old Coca-Cola bottling plant," said Amy Williams, general manager of Bottleworks Hotel. "At one point, it produced 2 million bottles per week for distribution in the area."

She said they are working hard to maintain the history of the building.

"We are taking great lengths to try and restore the Art Deco details in the building while still making it useful for the modern traveler," Williams said.

The Garage will also open by the end of the year. It's going to be an open-air food hall with more than 25 different food and retail vendors. 

"We are full steam ahead to open by the end of the year," Williams said. "We're really on pace to do that."

The Living Room Theaters will also open by the end of the year. The idea for those is to have a more intimate movie theater experience, with food and dining as a part of it. 

Click here to read more about the vendors that have committed to the Bottleworks District.

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