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The Fishers Town Council could decide the fate tonight of a controversial mixed-use project that includes residential high-rises along the White River.
What do you think they’ll do? The $500-million project by Centre Properties would sit at the northwest corner of Allisonville Road and 96th Street and could include two 25-story towers with roughly 1,000 residential units, along with hundreds of thousands of square feet of retail and office space. Opponents fear the project’s impact on traffic and the White River floodplain.
UPDATE: The Council approved the housing portion of the project last night.