Plan commission OKs rezoning requests, Trails amendment

0

The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Oct. 21. All commissioners were present. The next APC meeting is set for 7 p.m. Nov. 6. For more, visit westfield.in.gov.

What happened: The commission voted on a request for an amendment to The Trails planned unit development to add multi-family housing plans for a project from Holladay Properties.

What it means: Holladay Properties is requesting the amendment for its proposed 7.38-acre, multi-family housing development at 801 E. 175th St, at the southeast corner of Ind. 32 and Oak Ridge Road along the Midland Trace Trail. Developers expect to build 224 units.

The commission unanimously voted to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council, which will give final approval.

 

What happened: The commission voted on a zoning request from Washington Prime Group by Onpointe Land Matters, LLC.

What it means: Developers requested a change of zoning for approximately 32.7 acres at the northeast corner of Ind. 31 and 146th Street, which is Village Park Plaza, a commercial and retail shopping area.

With the commission’s approval, the property’s zoning changed from special business/planned development to general business, allowing the property to be subdivided and each of the individual buildings to be platted as individual lots, of which there are eight. The primary purpose of the change is to make the planned unit development compliant with existing zoning because the city no longer uses the special business/planned development zoning. According to city staff and Washington Prime Group, additional building and development plans are not in the works.

The commission unanimously voted to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council, which will give final approval.

Share.
×