Noblesville businessman Dave Cox has filed construction plans for a self-storage warehouse facility at 1401 Pleasant St. The proposal will be heard by the Noblesville Technical Advisory Committee on Sept. 19.
Assistant Planning Director Andy Wert said this is the second development in as many months that has been presented to TAC that requires a letter of map revision from FEMA.
“There is an odd floodplain line that goes through the property,” he said. “It will be rezoned (from flood hazard) to I2 (heavy industry) to match adjacent zoning.”
Wert said the proposal has five buildings with 7,800, 9,900, 12,000 and two with 21,450 square feet. He said it would be spring at the earliest before construction began.
The other proposal in front of TAC is construction plans for a professional office building and parking lot at 525 Sheridan Rd. Midwest Eye Consultants is looking at a two-phase project on the 1.85 acre lot. Wert said phase I will be the new building of 10,738 square feet and the future phase II construction will add 4,580 square feet.
“It fits in well with other residential properties,” Wert said.
Because of its location along Ind. 38, Wert said acceleration and deceleration lanes will be added for access to the 50-space parking lot. One unique part of the proposal is underground pipes for detention. Wert said the pipes are unusual because of their cost.
“There’s more labor involved than just digging a hole,” he said.