Discovery Park District to Add Another Neighborhood

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Purdue University has announced plans for Provenance, a new neighborhood development in the $1 billion Discovery Park District. The residential area is the fifth development project announced in two years for the district.

Carmel-based Old Town Design Group is the developer for the neighborhood.

The university says the neighborhood will feature single-family detached homes, townhomes, cottages, condominiums and apartments.

Plans also include a community center, fitness center, restaurants and retail outlets, a day care facility and community gardens. Expected to open June 2020, the facility 17,000-square-foot day care is planned to support 156 children.

“Our goal for Provenance and for all our neighborhood developments is to create a ‘sense of place’ for the people living in an Old Town community,” said Justin Moffett, a partner of Old Town. “As soon as we heard about the Purdue residential village, we felt strongly that it was something that we wanted to create. Each Provenance home will be unique, authentic and lasting in design in a traditional walkable neighborhood.”

The project joins several others currently under development in Discovery Park. The most recent is a 15,000-square-foot luxury apartment complex project, slated to open in 2021. 

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