Commission approves hotel, Abbott, Trails development plans

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The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Nov. 18. Commissioners Chris Woodard, Scott Willis and Steve Hoover were absent. The next APC meeting is set for 7 p.m. Dec. 2 at City Hall, 130 Penn St. To see an agenda, visit westfield.in.gov.

What happened: The commission approved a detailed development plan for the proposed Abbott Labs facility.

What it means: Northpoint Owners, LLC requested a detailed development plan review of an 89,500-square-foot industrial facility on 20 acres in the Northpoint planned unit development district, which will be the future home of Abbott Labs, a medical device manufacturing facility. The company plans to create approximately 500 jobs in five years and is expected to be operational by 2021.

 

What happened: The commission approved a detailed development plan for The Trails.

What it means: Holladay Properties by Woolpert, Inc. requested a detailed development plan review for The Trails, a multi-family residential building on 7.38 acres at 801 E. 175th St.

A new Courtyard by Marriott Hotel is planned on a 3-acre parcel at 19200 Westmore Lane. (Submitted rendering)

What happened: The commission approved a detailed development plan for a new Courtyard hotel.

What it means: The Grand Park Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, a development by CY Westfield, LLC, will be an 82,205-square-foot building on 2.98 acres at 19200 Westmore Lane.

 

What happened: The commission voted in favor of an amendment in the Northpoint planned unit development district for the construction of a Gordon Food Service distribution center.

What it means: Project 19 is requesting an amendment to the PUD district to accommodate a new distribution facility on approximately 80 acres at the northwest corner of 196th Street and Grassy Branch Road. A public hearing was held at the commission’s Nov. 6 meeting, but no residents spoke. The commission unanimously voted to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council.

 

What happened: The commission voted in favor of an overall development plan and primary plat review for a new section of Chatham Hills.

What it means: Chatham Hills, LLP by Cripe is requesting the development plan and plat review for a new section of the housing development, which will create  another 114 lots on approximately 173 acres east of Chatham Ridge Boulevard and Promontory Lane, west of U.S. 31.The commission voted unanimously to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council.

 

What happened: The commission voted in favor of an amendment to the Westgate planned unit development district.

What it means: Lennar Homes of Indiana, Inc. is requesting an amendment to the PUD district to modify architectural standards and amenity requirements for a 230-acre property where Lennar plans to build a new residential development, near 166th Street and Town Road, west of Eagletown Road.The commission voted unanimously to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for a request for an amendment to the Wheeler Landing planned unit development district.

What it means: Westfield Washington Schools is requesting the amendment that would change architectural standards of the PUD district for approximately 9 acres at 851 E. 181st St. to build the district’s natatorium. The commission voted unanimously to send a favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council.

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