Indianapolis' Ironworks Hotel Indy officially opens

Exterior rendering of the Ironworks Hotel Indy.

Ironworks Hotel Indy, the first boutique hotel on Indianapolis’ north side, has officially opened. The property was developed by Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties.

Adjacent to the Ironworks at Keystone mixed-use apartment and retail complex, the 100,000-square-foot hotel has 120 guestrooms, 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.

The property has four guestroom options:

  • The Traditional Room has two queen beds or one king bed, a 60-inch TV and a frosted glass rainforest shower in the bathroom.
  • The Heritage Room includes 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 includes 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 includes 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.

Ironworks Hotel Indy will also have 15,000 square feet of street-level retail space, including Massage Heights, a provider of therapeutic massage and facial services; Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 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.