Westfield to Break Ground on Grand Junction Project
WESTFIELD - Postponed due to Thursday's wet, wintry weather blast, officials from the city of Westfield will break ground Monday morning on the $35 million Grand Junction Plaza.
The project calls for three pavilions and an outdoor performance venue. There will also be a cafe, trailhead pavilion and a children's play area.
In March, the Westfield City Council has approved a funding plan for the redevelopment project.
When the funding plan was unveiled, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook said it is similar to what the city used for Grand Park Sports Campus. The project will be funded with local income tax revenue until funding from the Tax Increment Finance economic development area can cover costs.
The city expects to be completed by the summer of 2021.
Inside INdiana Business Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman spoke last spring with architect David Rubin with Philadelphia-based DAVID RUBIN Land Collective and Mayor Cook about the project. Click here to watch the report.