New housing development in the works near Hazel Dell, Ind. 32


The Midland Overlook housing development would feature 152 single-family homes. (Submitted map)

Plans for a new 152-home neighborhood, Midland Overlook, will soon go in front of the Noblesville Common Council for a change-of-zoning request for 63 acres near Hazel Dell Road and Ind. 32.

The proposal was planned to go in front of the council at its April 10 meeting but was tabled until the council’s May 15 meeting.

A change of zoning would pave the way for the project – behind the Noblesville Golf and Batting Center on Ind. 32, bounded by Mill Creek Road, Willowview Road and 171st Street – from CalAtlantic Homes of Indiana.

Current zoning for the property is a mix of residential and industrial. CalAtlantic Homes of Indiana is requesting the zoning be changed to R3/PD, residential planned development.

Each lot size would be approximately 7,800 square feet, and the footprint of the homes would be 1,500 square feet for one-story homes and 1,800 square feet for multi-story homes. The developer also is proposing approximately 20 acres of open space.

Midland Overlook is bounded on its north side by the Midland Trail and will have three path connections throughout the neighborhood, which falls in line with CalAtlantic’s goal of targeting millennial buyers for the homes, priced between $300,000 and $325,000.

The Noblesville Common Council’s next meeting is 7 p.m. April 24, and the Midland Overlook project will be discussed the following meeting, 7 p.m. May 15 at city hall, 16 S. 10th St., Noblesville.


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