Tuesday, May 30

New venue by Indiana Pacers’ arena to be operated by Bru Burger owner

Pacers Sports and Entertainment is partnering with Indiana-based Cunningham Restaurant Group, the group behind popular eateries like Bru Burger and Livery, to run a new entertainment and restaurant venue at Bicentennial Unity Plaza, according to a Tuesday news release.

The venue, which the entertainment company is developing from a parking lot at the corner of Delaware Street and East Maryland, will be a 30,000-square-foot, two-level space with a basement called Commission Row. The project is being privately funded, according to previous IndyStar reporting.

The project was first announced last year and received approval from the Indiana Historic Preservation Commission. The release said that Pacers Sports and Entertainment is hoping to have the entertainment and restaurant district complete in time for the NBA All-Star game in February 2024.

Rendering of the entertainment complex at the corner of E. Maryland Street and Delaware street. The owner of the Indiana Pacers is developing the building.

“Commission Row is an exciting new entertainment amenity in the heart of our city, an important addition on Bicentennial Unity Plaza that will enhance this entire quadrant of our vibrant downtown,” Pacers owner Herb Simon said in the release. “We are thrilled about the opportunity to partner with Cunningham Restaurant Group, which operates some of the city’s best culinary offerings.”

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