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Hilton boutique hotel to go up in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District

FISHERS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — A five-story, 116-room, boutique hotel is coming to Fishers. The $21 million Hotel Nickel Plate will be an upscale Tapestry Collection by Hilton property and isslated for construction in the city’s downtown Nickel Plate District.

The city says the hotel will also feature a full-service restaurant on the first floor and Nickel Plate Trail access. The project is a joint effort from Indianapolis-based Browning Investments, Dora Hotel Company and the city of Fishers.

“Downtown Fishers is quickly becoming the heart of our community, showcasing the vibrancy of the community alongside growing and entrepreneurial companies,” said Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness. “Hotel Nickel Plate will create another iconic destination downtown where residents, visitors, businesses, and more come together to enjoy all that downtown and the Nickel Plate Trail has to offer. We’re grateful to Browning and Dora Hotel Company for bringing our vision to light.”

The hotel is part of a major development announced in December 2018. The development includes a new 6-story, 180,000-square-foot anchored by a headquarters building for First Internet Bank, a 237-unit multi-family development by CRG and the rehabilitation of three historic buildings in downtown Fishers.

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FISHERS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — A five-story, 116-room, boutique hotel is coming to Fishers. The $21 million Hotel Nickel Plate will be an upscale Tapestry Collection by Hilton property and isslated for construction in the city’s downtown Nickel Plate District.

The city says the hotel will also feature a full-service restaurant on the first floor and Nickel Plate Trail access. The project is a joint effort from Indianapolis-based Browning Investments, Dora Hotel Company and the city of Fishers.

“Downtown Fishers is quickly becoming the heart of our community, showcasing the vibrancy of the community alongside growing and entrepreneurial companies,” said Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness. “Hotel Nickel Plate will create another iconic destination downtown where residents, visitors, businesses, and more come together to enjoy all that downtown and the Nickel Plate Trail has to offer. We’re grateful to Browning and Dora Hotel Company for bringing our vision to light.”

The hotel is part of a major development announced in December 2018. The development includes a new 6-story, 180,000-square-foot anchored by a headquarters building for First Internet Bank, a 237-unit multi-family development by CRG and the rehabilitation of three historic buildings in downtown Fishers.

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