Before approving the proposal with a contingency, Westfield council members debated the rezoning of 321 acres near Grand Park for a project that includes a new YMCA facility.
Indiana-based Olthof Homes has filed plans to build 430 new homes in Westfield, including townhouses that would start at $150,000.
If approved, CharlesTowne at Grand Park Village would be built on 12 acres near the intersection of Wheeler Road and 186th Street.
With three days remaining, the Colts camp has already received more visitors than it did in its final year at Anderson University. But the crowd numbers are still well below what they reached early this decade.
Developer Chris White has asked Westfield to allow him to expand the multi-use development at U.S. 31 and State Road 38 from about 300 acres to more than 400 acres.
Liberty Villas would be pitched toward active empty nesters. The area where the homes are proposed is exploding with residential development.
The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis has been on a growth spurt the last decade. And now, with 12 facilities, it is one of the largest corporate chapters in the country.
The nine-acre Landing at Monon Marketplace project is expected to include a multistory hotel, office buildings and a new location for an Indiana-based restaurant chain.
Population projections recently released by the Indiana Business Research Center show the county will add more than 218,000 residents in the next 30-some years.
A family that has owned land in Westfield since the mid-1800s has requested a rezoning for a multi-use development project that would almost rival Grand Park Sports Campus in size.
The development, proposed for the southwest corner of Wheeler Road and 181st Street, could be started in spring 2019 and open in fall 2020 if approvals are received and fundraising goals are met, YMCA and school officials said.
Heartland Food Products Group said it plans to leave its offices at Clay Terrace for a bigger headquarters within 18 months. The move would allow the firm to add about 130 employees.
The proposal from Paul Rioux, owner of Platinum Properties Management Co. LLC, is for a 309-acre development and would keep the golf course open.
The local recipients are produce distributor IF&P Foods, parent of Indianapolis Fruit and Piazza Produce; and Wild Sports, which makes sports-themed tailgating games and accessories.
Formerly known as Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse, the $10 million facility with eight hardwood courts for basketball and volleyball will be called the Pacers Athletic Center.
Westfield residents want to keep the city’s only public golf course open, but so far, any project that could do so hasn’t been able to tee off.
The company recently chosen by the city of Westfield to run concession stands at Grand Park has racked up more than 30 food-inspection violations—including multiple infractions for mouse droppings—during its short tenure operating the restaurants in the Grand Park Events Center.
Sue and Chris Estep, owners of RoundTripper Baseball Academy in Westfield, say they met with Mayor Andy Cook to discuss the possibility of relocating to Grand Park.
The city of Westfield’s contract with Carmel-based Urick Concessions, which has been operating the outdoor food stands at the sports complex since it opened in 2014, ends Dec. 31.
The 65,000-square-foot-plus facility for Pro X Athlete Development would feature 44,000 square feet of open turf, full-length batting cages, weight room and golf simulators.