Noblesville council approves apartments for Marsh site, flower production development

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The Noblesville City Council met Oct. 27. It unanimously approved several items. For more, visit cityofnoblesville.org.

An image depicting where the apartment complex and office building will be on the former Marsh site. (Submitted image)

What happened: The council unanimously approved 290 units and an office building for former Marsh site.

  • What it means: The project takes place on 9.8 acres at 17901 River Rd., the former site for Marsh. Approximately 7.8 acres will be used to construct a luxury apartment complex with 290 units, mostly comprised of one and two bedrooms and some studios. The apartment building will be 4 stories tall, and it is within walking distance to Federal Hill Commons and trails. The remaining 2 acres will be used for an office building to be constructed at a later date, after the construction of the apartments.

What happened: The council unanimously approved a request to establish a planned development on approximately 8 acres at 11411 E. 156th St.

  • What it means: The applicant plans to use the space to construct a residence, an accessory barn for you-pick flowers and conducting classes, tours and field trips related to flower production and flower arranging.

What happened: The council unanimously approved an ordinance for the issuance and sale of bonds for the purpose of providing funds to be used for certain capital projects.

  • What it means: City CFO and controller Jeff Spalding presented the proposal to the council.
    “This is our second year of what I am anticipating becoming a routine cycle where we will be doing a short-term capital project bond, a one-year bond, that helps us manage the city’s property tax rate,” Spalding said. The bonds, which will not exceed $5.3 million, will go to various capital projects around the city including Firestone redevelopment, Hobbs Station, Stony Creek Trail under Ind. 37, downtown improvements, a pedestrian bridge on Little Chicago Road, roundabouts at Ind. 32/Ind. 38 and Ind. 32/River Road and a trail on South 10th Street.

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