Plan commission OKs Burger King, Northpoint warehouse development plans

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The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Aug. 19 at City Hall. All commissioners were present. The next APC meeting will be Sept. 3 at City Hall, 130 Penn St., Westfield. For more, or to see agendas, visit westfield.in.gov.

What happened: The commission unanimously approved a request for a detailed development plan review in the Northpoint planned unit development district.

What it means: Petitioner BCNP, LLC requested the review of its proposed 67,200-square-foot warehouse on a 6.11-acre property at 2101 Bastian Ct., east of U.S. 31 and north of 196th Street. The land is vacant.

A new Burger King will be among other fast food restaurants at the Wheeler Road and Ind. 32 intersection. (Submitted rendering)

What happened: The commission unanimously approved a request for a detailed development plan review in the Monon Crossing planned unit development district.

What it means: Carrols Corp. requested a review of its plan to bring a Burger King restaurant to 819 E. Ind. 32 in the Monon Crossing development. The 3,344-square-foot restaurant would occupy 1.33 acres near the southwest corner of Wheeler Road and Ind. 32, which is vacant.

 

What happened: The commission unanimously voted to send a positive recommendation for a request for a change of zoning in the Midtown at Westfield planned unit development district.

What it means: The favorable recommendation from the plan commission will now head to the Westfield City Council for final approval. The request, if approved, would change 138 acres from agricultural/single-family rural, single-family medium density, enclosed industrial and local business zoning to general business, enclosed industrial and general office zoning.

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