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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.
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The project is in Eagletown, a hamlet west of Westfield.

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