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A developer is taking another shot at a condo project along Winthrop Avenue in Broad Ripple. The project was denied at a rezoning hearing June 20. The Metropolitan Development Commission is scheduled to consider a new plan Wednesday that calls for 23 condos on 1.5 acres just south of 62nd Street. The developer, PTP Enterprises LLC, has reduced the number of units by two, added one building and four more parking spaces, and reduced the project height to 30 feet from 35 feet. Will the minor changes be enough to win approval?
Also Wednesday: The Commission is scheduled to consider an interim preservation plan for the Cottage Home neighborhood (pictured). The designation would require a limited architectural and zoning review process by the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission until a final preservation plan is enacted. The area is just east of I-65/I-70 between Michigan and 10th streets.