A Carmel-based developer is planning a $31 million project in Noblesville. The Noblesville Common Council has approved the effort from Jackson Development LLC, which calls for a 22-acre business park and 16-acre commercial and retail area.
According to documents filed with the city, the developer is looking to build 200,000 square feet of office/flex buildings in what will be known as the Campus Center Business Park. The project will also feature 80,000 square feet of commercial and retail space in the area known as The Shoppes at Campus Center.
The project will be located on the northeast corner of 146th Street and Promise Road in the Hamilton County city. A large portion of the site is currently being used as an auto salvage business. The council approved $6.75 million to help cover the costs of land acquisition, site improvements and construction.
The city says the effort will help achieve the goals of its Master Development Plan, which seeks to create a sustainable corporate campus between State Road 37 and Campus Parkway. A timeline for the project’s completion was not provided.