M/I Homes of Indiana received approval from the Westfield City Council this week on a rezoning request for 28 acres south of State Road 32, so the property can be developed with 138 or so townhouses and up to 40,000 square feet of office space.
Twin Aire waits to see what Community Justice Campus will bring
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Developer proposes $60M apartment complex on Emmis radio site in Whitestown
Lafayette-based IG Development has submitted conceptual plans to redevelop roughly 27 acres of the Emmis Communications radio tower and transmission property in Whitestown with 408 apartments.Read More
Holladay Properties proposes $25.5M in new Westfield warehouse projects
South Bend-based Holladay Properties is asking the city of Westfield to grant it a tax abatement to offset the costs of developing three speculative buildings in NorthPoint Industrial Park.Read More
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis COO Gregg Hiland told the Westfield City Council on Monday that the organization has had to revise its goals due to a slowdown in giving during the pandemic.
Westfield-based EdgeRock Development is working to develop the Grand National Pickleball Center on a 25-acre site on the north side of 191st Street. The facility is expected to have 36 indoor and 16 outdoor pickleball courts.
Opus Development Co. plans to develop up to four buildings on the land in the Mount Comfort corridor, including a 862,000-square-foot distribution facility for Atkins Nutritionals.
Preliminary plans call for the construction of new office structures, multifamily properties, retail space and parking garages to fill in most of the site, now known as Elevator Hill.
The proposal calls for seven three-story structures, with three buildings facing College Avenue, one facing 22nd Street and four occupying an interior area that surrounds a courtyard.
After a record-breaking year for residential building permit approvals in 2020, the city of Westfield continues to field developers’ neighborhood proposals for more than 1,000 homes in a given month.
The frenzy comes on the heels of record American forest-products imports from Europe in 2020, when North American demand soared and caught sawmills off guard with low inventories.
The 60-unit apartment project will be part of Founders Square, which will include restaurants, shopping and a hotel.
The heavy investment in the campus—including a new women’s hospital and a brain and spine center—is the latest indication that Ascension St. Vincent is committed to the location, a major anchor along the busy West 86th Street corridor.
The neighborhood just south of downtown has been one of the city’s emerging residential hot spots the past several years—and commercial developers are taking notice.
Preliminary site plans filed with the city call for the construction of five new apartment buildings and the retention of a two-story office building on the 8.6-acre property.
The developer behind the Proscenium development in Carmel is expanding the project across the street, and an Indianapolis-based developer is planning to dive into the Carmel market with a $78 million project.
The bill, which scales back protections on Indiana wetlands, had gained support from the Indiana Builders Association, but numerous environmental, conservation and civic groups opposed it.
The Lebanon City Council is set to consider special zoning in May to allow for new row-house and cottage-style residences to be built near Lebanon Business Park.
Indianapolis-based KennMar LLC acquired the former Caribbean Cove water resort property on the city’s north side and another Drury hotel site at Interstate 465 and West 71st Street.
Developer Flaherty & Collins Properties was approved for up to $7.3 million in industrial recovery tax credits for its plans to build 238 apartments, a parking garage and retail space at the site, but the project has seen little progress since 2018.
The new Ollie’s store will be the fast-growing Pennsylvania-based chain’s fourth Indianapolis-area location, taking the site of the first Indianapolis-area Marsh grocery store.
The massive facility, which would employ hundreds of people, would be built on a 100-acre site adjacent to Interstate 74.
The State Road 32 expansion project in downtown Westfield hit a speed bump Wednesday when the Indiana Historic Preservation Review Board of the Department of Natural Resources voted to prolong the proposed route’s review by at least 30 days.