New renderings: $5M plan for amphitheater, trail in Fishers

Fishers ampitheaterThe Town of Fishers this week unveiled plans to build a new outdoor amphitheater and multipurpose trail in its downtown district along 116th Street. Fishers streetscape improvementsThe first phase of improvements will cost between $4 million and $5 million, said Maura J. Leon Barber, the town spokeswoman. That should cover the amphitheater, a trail segment along the north side of 116th Street and reconstruction of Maple Street. Future improvements are planned for Lantern Road, the south side of 116th Street and the Nickel Plate District Trail. The plans call for a groundbreaking in spring of 2012 and completion in the summer. Project funding comes from the town's cash reserves and a $500,000 grant from the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau. A&F Engineering of Indianapolis is designing the multipurpose trail and the amphitheater designer has not yet been determined. What do you think?

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