The team behind the proposed redevelopment of the Willows Event Center into apartments near Broad Ripple has withdrawn its proposal, just hours before it was set to be considered by a city commission.
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The Metropolitan Development Commission gave unanimous approval to The Alexander at the Crossing project despite heavy pushback from neighbors. The proposal will next be considered by the City-County Council for final approval.
The Indianapolis-based drugmaker said Wednesday the project in Boone County will create up to 500 jobs in central Indiana, along with up to 1,500 temporary construction jobs.
The Metropolitan Development Commission continued a public hearing on the Willows redevelopment project near Broad Ripple following requests for a postponement by both the developers and remonstrators.
The siblings who own soon-to-close Willows Event Center on Spirit Lake want to redevelop the site into more than 250 apartments and town houses.
Avenue Development plans to construct a four-story office structure in the middle of the 6500 block of Cornell Avenue, directly west of the Monon Trail. The building would include a first-floor restaurant from a well-known local operator.
Plans for the development include a 69-acre equestrian exhibition center and 25 or so custom home lots priced at $1.2 million and up.
The city’s Metropolitan Development Commission on Wednesday voted 6-0 against a recommendation for Homestead Development LLC’s rezoning request for 13.6 acres at 7525 McFarland Blvd. for more than 300 residential units.
The proposed downtown development at 230 S. Pennsylvania St. calls for the demolition of a century-old building and the construction of two high rises, including a 26-story apartment tower.
Four apartment-dominated development projects totaling $324 million are in the works for Carmel’s central core. The projects include more than 1,600 parking spaces, for-sale condo units and new headquarters for two companies.
The building would have two levels above ground and one below, with proposed uses including a basement speakeasy-style tavern, a first-floor restaurant and a second-floor event center.
A fight over zoning has devolved into debates over odor, water quality, and the impact of another wastewater treatment plant in the area on nearby residents.
Abbott Commons would include homes ranging in cost from $325,000 for townhomes to single-family houses for $475,000.
To be named Hall Place Apartments, the 308-unit project would occupy about two acres just south of 18th Street and west of Illinois Street.
The Department of Metropolitan Development is calling for proposals for vacant, city-owned sites in Martindale-Brightwood, in the Sherman Park area and on the near-west side of Indianapolis.
Fabio de la Cruz has a plan to transform Lafayette Square Mall and several adjacent properties into a multicultural hub, including a concert center, movie theater, hotel and multifamily housing.
OrthoIndy is planning to expand its presence in Westfield by moving out of its current leased space and building a new $12.5 million facility all its own near State Road 32 and Austrian Pine Way. If approved, it could open to the public next summer.
The City-County Council on Monday evening approved rezoning for a mixed-use, affordable housing project set for Fall Creek Place, overturning a Metropolitan Development Commission denial and ending months of pushback from some residents.
If Allies Collective chooses Zionsville, and the commission enters into a project agreement, the headquarters could create as many as 150 jobs paying an average of $41 per hour over the next six years.