A more than $20 million mixed-use project in Indianapolis' Broad Ripple neighborhood has received an initial zoning approval. Carmel-based Browning Investments is behind the proposal, which includes more than 100 apartments, a parking garage and a Whole Foods grocery store. Our partners at WTHR report opponents are vowing to appeal the decision. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission and city-county council must also approve the project before it can move forward.

Broad Ripple recently marked the completion of another development. In May, Mayor Greg Ballard took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a $15 million parking garage. That project includes space for future retail and a police department substation.

Source: Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission

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