The second phase of a $28 million downtown redevelopment effort is kicking off today in Fishers. The Nickel Plate district project includes a three-story office building, luxury apartments and improvements to the town's train platform. The work is expected to be complete late next year. August 11, 2014
FISHERS, Ind. – Construction on The Switch, phase two of the Nickel Plate District redevelopment, will begin today as crews remove the current train station building. Construction is expected to last through the fall of 2015.
The Switch project includes a 33,000 square foot office building, a 400-space parking garage wrapped with apartments and mixed-use space, and a pedestrian train plaza. The iconic Fishers train platform will remain in place, but will be enhanced for better ADA accessibility and to accommodate future mass transit needs.
On August 4, the Town Council approved plans to include community space in the first floor of the new mixed-use space. Plans could include a meeting room, public restrooms and a ticket booth for the Indiana Transportation Museum.
About the Nickel Plate District
The Nickel Plate District embodies the Town of Fishers' vision to attract innovative businesses and a quality of life that brings creative, entrepreneurial talent while maintaining the long-term sustainability of the local economy. Fishers is committed to the Nickel Plate District redevelopment resulting in market-driven projects with a diverse mix of industries and career opportunities.
Source: The Town of Fishers