At the Nov. 5 Westfield Advisory Plan Commission meeting, members sent the Lindley Run proposal onto city council with an unanimous favorable recommendation.
The proposal spans 106.5 acres at the southeast corner of Grassy Branch Road and 196th Street. If approved, it would offer three types of housing – for-sale townhomes, duplexes and single-family homes.
Jon Dobosiewicz, a land use professional with Nelson and Frankenberger, gave an update on the project.
If approved, the project will feature 25 percent open space, an amenities shelter, a playground, a fire pit and a fitness trail. After a public hearing and comments from plan commission members at an October meeting, the plan also now includes a 1,500-square-foot community clubhouse, a community pool and a dog park. Additional trails also were added throughout the development. Dog waste stations were added around the townhome area of the development.
“We are really trying to create some additional circuits and interactivity between the three areas (of the development),” Dobosiewicz said.
Lindley Run is proposed to have approximately 130 single-family detached units, 60 duplexes and 240 for-sale townhomes. The townhomes are proposed to start in the $150,000s and the duplexes would start in the low $200,000s. The single-family homes would range from the mid-$200,000s to the low $300,000s.
APC member Ginny Kelleher commended the project on its connectivity with other nearby subdivisions.
“I think this is probably the most interconnected subdivision within itself and other subdivisions I’ve seen so far, so I applaud you on that,” Kelleher said. “I think you’ve done a wonderful job connecting this to the things around you, including the subdivisions and the church.”
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