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The Kroger-anchored development referenced below will add far more trees than it has removed, Sandor Development CEO Sid Eskenazi tells Property Lines. The project along the Monon Trail at 86th Street will replace 13 trees with at least 28 new ones. The trees and planned landscaping along the trail were picked out in consultation with the Indy Parks department. The developer also has agreed to give 96 more trees to other parks as part of the project. Eskenazi has a request for the neighborhood group that has fought the project at every turn: “Give us a chance to finish it and see what it looks like when it’s done,” he said.
You can see the plans for the trail-side landscaping here, here and here.