Buckingham’s CityWay development reveals retail tenant for historic livery building – Taxman Brewing

Buckingham’s CityWay development reveals retail tenant for historic livery building – Taxman Brewing


INDIANAPOLIS – CityWay, the Buckingham development anchoring a prominent southeast section of downtown Indianapolis, is pleased to announce the latest retail tenant to land in its phase two development. Taxman Brewing Company will breathe new life into the historic livery building, which was relocated a few hundred feet north of its original spot earlier this year.

The mid-1800s livery building was historically home to horses and carriages, but by Fall 2019, it will become Taxman CityWay Gastropub and Beer Garden. Maintaining the existing footprint of the livery, Taxman CityWay will feature a 3,000-sq.-ft. outdoor patio, one of the largest in Indianapolis. Nathan Huelsebusch, Taxman’s president and co-owner, said they plan to preserve as much of the existing building as possible, including the exposed bricks and original wood rafters.

The family-friendly gastropub will seat 130 people inside, and up to another 200 outside on its patio. The gastropub will feature a seasonally changing menu that highlights local and regional farmers and artisans. The menu will be anchored by a wide variety of local beef burgers, seasonal sandwiches, Belgian-style French fries (commonly referred to as “frites”) and Belgian-style Liege waffles. Sixteen Taxman beers will be on tap, as well as wine and cider.

In the foreground is the foundation where the livery building formerly stood. The building can be seen at it’s new location, several hundred feet north. image credit: WRTV6

“This is the ideal location for us, with a terrific partner,” said Huelsebusch. “CityWay is a beautiful neighborhood. There is already a fantastic food and cocktail scene with Plat 99 and Nesso, and Taxman will be a great addition. We’re excited to bring our take on locally made beer and food to downtown Indy.”

“Taxman adds a key ingredient to the CityWay neighborhood, and the livery building will once again anchor the Delaware Street corridor. It’s a great example of historic preservation and new development,” said Ryan Gallmeyer, vice president of development for Buckingham. “CityWay gives residents and guests a unique experience in a social neighborhood setting. Taxman will be a gathering place for locals and visitors alike and will certainly add to an already vibrant mix of retail tenants at CityWay.”

Taxman plans to begin construction and buildout of the restaurant in March 2019, with opening planned Fall 2019. CityWay 2.0 currently has an exclusive 13-story apartment tower with skyline views under construction, as well as new buildings along Delaware and Virginia streets, unmatched amenities and additional retail, including a CVS Pharmacy, and recently opened Franciscan Express Care.

To learn more about CityWay, visit cityway.com.


About City Way

CityWay is a dynamic, 10-acre neighborhood in the heart of downtown Indianapolis that encompasses a 209-room luxury hotel, apartments and destination restaurants including over 650 apartments and 100,000 square feet of retail and office space, as well as a state-of-the-art YMCA. Contemporary art is incorporated throughout the public spaces, including more than ten site-specific commissions for The Alexander hotel and graffiti art in the parking garages. With a pedestrian-friendly urban design, the mix of public spaces, offices, residential and retail make CityWay an attractive place to work, play and live, and serve as a catalyst for future development in the surrounding neighborhood. More information is available at www.cityway.com.

About Buckingham Companies

Founded in 1984, Buckingham Companies is a fully integrated real estate firm specializing in the development, acquisition, management and construction of multifamily, mixed-use, commercial and hospitality projects across the United States. Buckingham owns or manages a portfolio of nearly $1.5 billion of real estate for its own account, third-party owners and institutional partners. Buckingham has managed more than 125 properties, more than 28 million square feet, and over 25,000 rental units nationwide. The Indianapolis-based company has approximately 350 employees. Additionally, the affiliated Buckingham Foundation annually supports more than 50 nonprofit and civic organizations through philanthropic outreach in the areas of affordable housing, community and economic development, and arts and culture. For more information, visit www.buckingham.com.

About Taxman Brewing Co.

Taxman Brewing Co. was founded in 2013 in Bargersville, Indiana. The brewery was named Taxman because three of Taxman’s founders are in fact tax professionals. Taxman’s skull and bow tie logo is inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s quote, “…in this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except Death and Taxes.” 

Taxman operates a 20-barrel brewhouse in Bargersville, Indiana with annual brewing capacity of approximately 7,000 barrels. Taxman brews a wide range of Belgian inspired ales, American farmhouse ales, Midwest saisons and has an extensive cellar program producing wine and spirit aged beers, as well as sour, wild and funky ales. Taxman also operates two farm-to-table restaurants located in Bargersville and Fortville, Indiana. For more information, visit www.taxmanbrewing.com

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