The Zionsville Plan Commission met Feb. 20 to discuss a proposed expansion at TPI Utility Construction, a new memory care facility and mixed-use structure on Stonegate Drive.
What happened: The commission granted a 60-day continuance on a petition filed by TPI Utility Construction to add to its existing structure at 478 N. 1100 E.
What it means: TPI, a broadband network power supply installation company, has requested an 8,320-square-foot addition but requested the continuance for additional time to respond to questions from the town engineer. Several nearby residents attended the meeting to speak against the plans, and commissioners suggested they return at the April meeting to address the issue if they still have concerns.
What’s next: The commission will discuss the project at its April 16 meeting.
What happened: The commission approved a development plan for Grand Brook of Zionsville Memory Care.
What it means: The 36-bed, 35,000-square-foot memory care facility will be built at 11870 Sandy Dr. The 3.68-acre site was rezoned to accommodate the project in 2017. It will be accessible from Sandy Drive and Somer Lane.
What happened: The commission approved a development plan for a 3,300-square-foot commercial and residential structure at 7621 W. Stonegate Dr.
What it means: The building will have 1,600-square-feet of professional office space on the first floor and a 1,500-square-foot apartment on the second floor.