With redevelopment plans underway for the Stutz complex in downtown Indianapolis, four commercial tenants are lined up and preparing to open locations in the former auto factory later this year.

New York City-based SomeraRoad Inc. confirmed Friday that Cafe Patachou, Amelia’s Bread, Nashville-based Barista Parlor and VisionLoft Events will occupy space in the Stutz.

“The goal of the this development is to breathe new life into an iconic historic building,” Basel Bataineh, a principal for SomeraRoad Inc., said in a statement. “Our goal is to give the building another 100-plus years of vibrancy and life.”

SomeraRoad Inc. acquired majority interest in the property in early 2021, announcing plans to restore and modernize the complex. The developer said it would add new dining and retail to the historic site, once the home of the Stutz Motor Car Co. and has most recently served as a business center and space for artists.

Construction plans include addressing deferred maintenance throughout the historic building, Bataineh said. The company also will modernize the complex’s obsolete HVAC system, restore the façade and replace the windows. In March, the Indianapolis City-County Council approved a request for a $12.3 million in developer-backed tax increment financing to help fund the redevelopment project.