CARMEL, Ind. (Inside Indiana Business) – Carmel City Center is welcoming four businesses this spring and summer. Kits & Kaboodle Classic Toys and InCycle Strength will open this spring followed by Manelé Café and Gary Nance Design opening their doors this summer.
Hawaiian-inspired Manelé Café will occupy the location of what was formerly Hubbard & Cravens. Manelé Café’s menu includes salads as well as cold and warm bowls with customizable ingredients.
Kits & Kaboodle Classic Toys is relocating to Carmel City Center and celebrating its 16th year in business as a family-owned toy store.
InCycle Strength will have a studio on the interior plaza in the United Fidelity Bank Building. InCycle Strength is an extension of locally-owned InCycle.
Residential and commercial architectural design firm Gary Nance Design will offer design services for high-end custom residential homes, floor plans and exterior elevations.
“We are very excited to welcome Kits & Kaboodles and Gary Nance Design to the Carmel City Center community. Both are great additions and the perfect complement to the selection of businesses already here. We are also thrilled to see existing City Center business owners thrive and expand their concepts. Manelé Café and InCycle Strength are going to be exciting additions by proven operators that will add to the healthy lifestyle choices of our visitors. We are excited to create more shopping, dining, service and fitness options for everyone who wants to visit us,” said Senior Vice President at Pedcor Companies Melissa Averitt.