Plans for major mixed-use development project in downtown McCordsville have taken a step forward. The Greenfield Reporter reports officials have approved standards for a big piece of McCordsville’s town center project.
The publication says the developer, Fishers-based Rebar Development, plans to soon start on infrastructure and two mixed-use apartment buildings.
McCordsville’s larger town center vision spans a total of about 130 acres that would include residential and retail properties.
Shelby Bowen, president of Rebar Development, told leaders at a McCordsville Town Council meeting earlier this month that there was a lot of freedom in determining what the buildings will look like due to the town not having much architectural precedent.
“We can really set a standard for our own that I think is a little more forward,” Bowen said, noting his firm and the town are creating a downtown rather than developing a project for an existing one that would need to blend in with its surroundings.
Rebar Development plans to start construction on the apartment buildings in February 2022.
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