McCORDSVILLE – Le Peep plans to open its new location on the first floor of the mixed-use apartments currently under construction in McCord Square — McCordsville’s new town center — according to a press release.

The new restaurant will occupy the first floor the south building of the new apartment complexes – The Lucas – taking up 3,100 square-feet and include an outdoor patio that will overlook the town center that will also connect to the McCordsville trail system.

“After nearly a decade of planning, design, and construction, McCord Square will soon be opening to the residents of McCordsville,” said Tim Gropp, town manager of McCordsville, in the press release. “The community has been excited for this first wave of new business announcements. Rebar has been an excellent partner and has worked hard to secure quality new tenants such as Le Peep.”

The new Le Peep location will offer many of their staple dishes for breakfast, brunch and lunch found at their other locations, but will also have unique offerings for McCordsville.

“Le Peep is perfect for the new McCord Square development as it provides a great experience for the entire family,” said Ali Hessaraki, owner of Le Peep in McCordsville, said in the press release. “Ready for your weekday business meeting or a get together with your entire family, Le Peep offers it all.”

Shelby Brown, CEO of Rebar Development, said in the press release that they are excited to take the next steps of the McCord Square project and welcome Le Peep to the community. Brown also said that the McCord Square Apartments are already leasing with move-ins starting this summer, and they look forward to more commercial tenant announcements in the future.

Le Peep will join the already announced tenants Ninestar Connect, IU Health, the McCordsville Police Department and the McCord Square Apartments, which will consist of two mixed-use buildings with 205 apartment homes and first-floor rentals for commercial opportunities.

“With every new announcement, McCord Square takes another step toward being the heart of the community that it was designed to become,” said Bowen in the press release. “We can’t wait to see residents walking the sidewalks and trails, enjoying the green spaces, dining at the restaurants, and shopping at the new local shops.”

The press release shared that residents looking to live at McCord Square can visit to learn more about leasing opportunities and businesses looking to locate or expand into McCordsville are encouraged to reach out to learn more about the remaining parcels available at