Noblesville Approves Building Projects

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Two major building projects in Noblesville are moving forward. The Noblesville Common Council has given final approval for the more than $24 million mixed-use building The Levinson, and also approved bond financing for a $31 million redevelopment project that will include a new business park.

Plans for The Levinson, which will include the first new apartments in downtown Noblesville in more than a century, were first announced in August. In addition to the apartments, the building will include more than 5,000 square feet of commercial space and a 300-space parking garage, the majority of which will be available for paid public parking.

"When we announced the Noblesville NOW capital improvement plan, one of our top objectives was to strengthen the downtown with more residents and more parking," Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear said in a news release. "The Levinson helps us achieve that objective, as well as accomplishes some of the goals that came out of the housing study and parking task force while setting the stage for further enhancements like those proposed in the downtown streetscape plan."

Construction on The Levinson is expected to begin this spring.

The council also approved the issuance of bonds for the 38-acre redevelopment project near 146th Street and Promise Road in the Hamilton County City. Carmel-based Jackson Development LLC is overseeing the project, which will transform the site into the 200,000-square-foot Campus Center Business Park, in addition to the 80,000-square-foot commercial and retail space known as The Shoppes and Campus Center.

The majority of the site is currently being used as an auto salvage business. The city says Jackson Development will close on the real estate this month, with utility work and the removal of salvage cars expected to be complete by the summer. Construction will begin shortly afterward.

In September, Ditslear appeared on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick to talk about the Noblesville NOW plan. You can watch the full interview by clicking the link below:

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