The 110,000-square-foot facility is expected to employ 163 workers by 2029, Boone County and city officials announced Tuesday.
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Bill author Sen. Brian Buchanan, a Republican from Lebanon, said the legislation is intended to “streamline the process of economic development in Indiana by making sure all stakeholders are involved.”
The LEAP Research and Innovation District under development near Lebanon represents a shift in the way the Indiana Economic Development Corp., the public-private state agency overseeing the project, is working to attract companies and create jobs.
United States Cold Storage announced Tuesday it has received approval from the Lebanon City Council for its plan to add 60,000 square feet to the facility and create 30 jobs.
The move comes as the Indiana Economic Development Corp. faces questions about its plan to tap the Wabash River aquifer and withdraw as much as 100 million gallons per day for an advanced manufacturing district in central Indiana.
Since July 2022, the city has annexed a total of about 7,840 acres for the LEAP Lebanon Innovation and Research District, a planned technology and advanced manufacturing hub.
West Lafayette City Council members expressed a desire for more research from third parties and greater transparency from Indiana Economic Development Corp. officials, who they said have not approached them about the proposed pipeline.
Since July 2022, the city of Lebanon has annexed a total of 7,200 acres for the LEAP Lebanon Innovation and Research District, a planned technology and advanced manufacturing hub of 9,000 acres or more.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp., the state’s job-creation agency, intervened on behalf of the city in an effort to get the lawsuit dismissed.
The LEAP district planned unit development designation sets development standards for about 6,000 acres of the planned high-tech district in Boone County along Interstate 65 between Indianapolis and Lafayette.
The plan commission voted unanimously to recommend the rezoning request for Corbett Towns, which include 17 new buildings on 12 acres of undeveloped land.
The LEAP Lebanon Innovation District Planned Unit Development would set development standards for about 6,000 acres of the planned high-tech district in Boone County along Interstate 65 between Indianapolis and Lafayette.
NewCold said the expanded facility at Lebanon Business Park will be the largest automated cold storage building in the United States.
Boone County Council Vice President Marcia Wilhoite was first elected to the council in 2005.
The proposal calls for Spring Creek to be divided into four areas that include 170 single-family houses, 130 duplex units, 100 townhouses and 25 acres of commercial space.
The move by Citizens Energy Group comes amid ongoing recruitment efforts by the Indiana Economic Development Corp. to lure companies in high-tech industries to Boone County.
A two-term incumbent and a well-known former television journalist won Republican mayoral primaries Tuesday night in Boone County.
The May 2 Republican primary elections in Lebanon and Zionsville each feature a pair of candidates vying for mayor.
A top official for the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said numerous companies are considering major investments in the planned advanced manufacturing and tech hub in Boone County known as the LEAP District.