Westfield OKs expanded Eagle Station project

August 17, 2007
Westfield town councilors have unanimously approved an expansion of multi-use development Eagle Station to 997 acres, up from the 856 acres approved last year.

The project now could include 2,230 single-family houses, 800 apartments and a number of businesses, according to the Noblesville Daily Times.

The developer, Westfield-based Wilfong and Kreutz Land Development LLC, has set aside 22 acres for a new elementary school to accommodate growth of the Hamilton County community.

Plans also call for 300,000 square feet of offices and 1.6 million square feet of retail space.
The project is in Eagletown, a hamlet west of Westfield.

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