The Escape Room Indianapolis is expanding and adding a second location that will move into The Edge in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District at the corner of 116th and Lantern Road later this year.
Like its original location at 200 S. Meridian St., Suite 220 in downtown Indianapolis, Fishers’ The Escape Room will feature six different themed rooms in which visitors will be locked and have 60 minutes to find clues and keys and solve puzzles and combinations in order to escape.
“The Escape Room is a unique addition to the Nickel Plate District,” Mayor Scott Fadness stated. “The revitalization of the area was done to ensure our residents and visitors have a place to live, work and play in our community. It’s very exciting to see this vision come to life and welcome The Escape Room to Fishers.”
The Escape Room will move into more than 6,000 square feet of space on the second and third floors of The Edge and intends to open in early fall. The location will serve local Indiana beer and wine and offer hospitality options for events and corporate groups. The Escape Room Fishers plans to hire more than 20 new employees ranging from hourly to management positions.
“We have a few surprises in store for this location,” The Escape Room co-owner and director of charitable relations Dan Chillemi stated. “As soon as we saw this space in The Edge, we knew there was an opportunity to take the concept to the next level.”
The latest addition to the Nickel Plate District, The Escape Room Fishers will join current and future tenants Progressive Eye Care, Community Health Network, The Well and The Borrowed Boutique in The Edge.