Westfield’s north side may be singing a new tune if the 277 acres of farmland are developed to a multi-development mega location for residents, business owners and retail shops and eateries.
The owner of the property, James Farmer, introduced the development at last week’s City Council meeting as the first step to obtain a business PUD. Farmer introduced Harmony, to the council and attendees through an elaborate slideshow highlighting all of Harmony’s features.
“The development is great for all generations, whether it’s young families or empty nesters,” he said. “It has something to offer for everyone, including tourists visiting Grand Park.
As Grand Park builds its national sporting destination and Grand Junction development plans are set into action said Harmony would offer everything Westfield needs to accommodate the city’s growth and amenities for Grand Park visitors.
“There will be cafes, retailers, business offices such as dental offices that will make the location a walking community.”
The requested ordinance will move on to the Advisory Plan Commission with a positive recommendation from City Council.
For more information and to view the entire slideshow, visit www.westfield.in.gov.