Council OKs development plans, rezoning

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The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Sept. 16 at City Hall. Commissioners Randy Graham and Ginny Kelleher were absent. The next plan commission meeting is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 7 at City Hall, 130 Penn St. For more, or to see an agenda, visit westfield.in.gov.

What happened: The commission voted on a development plan for the Spring Mill Station southwest corner apartments.

What it means: Petitioner CRG Residential proposed Aug. 5 a plan for the southwest corner of 161st Street and Spring Mill Road on 34.24 acres. The development will include three lots, one block and a common area. APC members voted unanimously to send the request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: The commission voted on a development plan for the Lancaster planned unit development district.

What it means: Introduced Aug. 20 at the city’s technical advisory committee, petitioner Lancaster Developer, LLC requested a development plan review for 300 new lots on 45 acres near the northwest corner of 186th Street and Spring Mill Road. APC members unanimously approved the development plan.

 

What happened: The APC voted on a development plan for a commercial project.

What it means: The project will include a new Meijer grocery store at the southeast corner of Ind. 32 and Spring Mill Road.  APC members unanimously to approved the development plan.

 

What happened: The APC voted on a development plan for section two of Wheeler Landing.

What it means: Petitioner Wheeler Landing I, LLC requested a review for seven lots on approximately 125 acres at the northwest corner of Wheeler Road and Ind. 32. APC members unanimously to approved the development plan.

 

What happened: Commissioners voted on a rezoning request at 510 E. Ind. 32.

What it means: Petitioner Alpha Tau Enterprises requested to rezone approximately 8.42 acres from enclosed industrial to general business to make way for a new commercial development. APC members voted unanimously to forward the rezoning request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: Commissioners voted on a rezoning request for a property at the southwest corner of Ind. 32 and Austrian Pine Way.

What it means: Petitioner Westfield Investment Co. requested a change in zoning to general business for a commercial development, Springmill Pointe, on approximately 8.55 acres. The amendment, if approved by the city council, will repeal and replace the Maple Knoll planned unit development in its entirety with a new PUD, the Springmill Pointe PUD. APC members voted unanimously to forward the rezoning request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: The APC voted on a rezoning request for a property at the northwest corner of 186th Street and Spring Mill Road.

What it means: Petitioner Craigielea Enterprises, LLC by William Tres Development requested a rezoning of approximately 16 acres from agricultural/single-family rural to local business for a commercial development to be known as Cedarbrook Commons. The amendment, if approved by the city council, will repeal and replace the Springmill Trails PUD in its entirety with a new PUD, the Cedarbrook Commons PUD. APC members voted unanimously to forward the rezoning request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: The commission voted on a rezoning request north of the Casey Road and 193rd Street intersection.

What it means: Petitioner Olthof Homes, LLC requested a change of zoning of approximately 100 acres from agricultural/single-family rural to single-family high density and single-family attached to make way for 275 new housing units, to be called Atwater. APC members voted 6-1 to forward the rezoning request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: The commission voted on an amendment to the city’s unified development ordinance.

What it means: Initially adopted in September 2014, the city is requesting several changes to the unified development ordinance, which include changes to triplex and quadraplex standards, side setbacks, perimeter landscaping for shared parking areas, subdivision block parties and more. APC members voted unanimously to forward the rezoning request to the Westfield City Council with a favorable recommendation.

 

What happened: The commission held a public hearing for the Poplar Street Townhomes development.

What it means: On the west side of Poplar Street between Jersey and Park streets, petitioner Estridge Homes by 11th Street Development is requesting a change in zoning of approximately 1.26 acres from multi-family low-density residential zoning to single-family attached residential zoning for its project, which is set to bring 24 townhomes to the property. The commission will vote on the request at its Oct. 7 meeting.

 

What happened: The APC held a public hearing for a section of the Southpark Subdivision.

What it means: Petitioner JJK Investments, LLC is requesting a primary plat and overall development plan review of two lots on 1.03 acres at 16802 Southpark Dr. for the development of a warehouse/industrial building. The land is vacant and is zoned enclosed industrial. No citizens spoke during the public hearing.

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