Honing Steel Hospitality has a new home! We’ve moved our offices into the historic Circle Tower building on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. As part of the Level Office co-working suite, our private office’s address is:

Honing Steel Hospitality
55 Monument Circle, Office #713
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Want to visit our new office and see our wonderful view of Monument Circle, while learning more about what a partnership with Honing Steel Hospitality can do your business? Contact us today!

About Level Office

Level Office offers fully furnished, amenity-rich workspaces with direct fiber internet & WiFi in prime locations so businesses can thrive. With budget-friendly private offices, office suites, dedicated desks, coworking memberships, virtual offices and daily offices, Level Office is perfect for small businesses, entrepreneurs, professionals and companies expanding into a new city or looking for an impressive new office space.

When clients rent an office space at Level Office, they’re not only getting a physical workspace—fully furnished with desk and chair, direct fiber internet and WiFi, and company logo display—but access to tons of on-site amenities and entrepreneurial community! Our communal lounge areas and coworking space are available to all Level Office members and feature a fully-stocked kitchen, espresso bar, and local beer on tap, as well as an array of great networking events. Plus, our all-inclusive pricing means that mail service, 24/7 secured access, and taxes and utilities are already included in clients’ rent.

As the fastest-growing owner-operator of shared workspace nationwide, Level Office takes pride in renovating and improving historic buildings with the latest technologies and amenities, all while keeping rents 30-50% lower than other coworking providers. Our clients love the vibrant community within Level Office, and we encourage clients to do business with one another through networking events, Lunch & Learns, and happy hours.

About Circle Tower

Completed in 1930, Circle Tower overlooks downtown Indianapolis’ prestigious Monument Circle and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A prime example of Art Deco architecture, this unique building features a ziggurat crown, Art Deco sculptures, and bronze grilles with hieroglyphic images.

Overlooking the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Monument Circle, the historic Circle Tower boasts one of the city’s most prestigious addresses. Restaurants, hotels, nightlife, and nearby parking abound, making it the perfect location for networking lunches or meetings with clients. In addition, the building’s proximity to Washington Street, I-65, I-70, and multiple local bus lines makes it easy for commuters to get in and out of the city.

Circle Tower was designed by the firm of Rubush & Hunter, and built to house prime office space, with commercial storefronts on the ground floor. Faced in smooth-dressed Indiana limestone, the building rises to stepped back top stories, ziggurat-like upper stories that recede from the outer façades in terraces, punctuated by Art Deco sculptures.

Each pier top is ornamented with capital blocks carved as stylized foliate panels. The north entrance has a massive one and one-half story arch lined with foliate banding. The ziggurat crown, sculpture façade panels, granite sculptures of the arched entryway, and the design of the interior lobby, elevators, and street-floor shops are highly illustrative of the Art Deco style.

Circle Tower was completed only eight years after archeologist Howard Carter’s sensational discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1922. The intricate bronze screen over the north entry arch reflects the widespread interest in Egyptology at the time. Sculptor Joseph Willenborg filled the bronze grille with hieroglyphic-like images, stylized into the Deco mode.

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