Carmel committee votes in favor of townhome projects 

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The Carmel Plan Commission’s residential and commercial committees held virtual meetings June 2 and 4, respectively. 

What happened: The commercial committee voted 3-1 in favor of rezoning 20 acres adjacent to Jackson’s Grant to expand the neighborhood. 

What it means: Republic Development requested rezoning the site at the northwest corner of 116th Street and Springmill Road for a planned unit development that would include a commercial node, townhomes and single-family homes. 

What’s next: The full plan commission will vote on the project at its June 16 meeting. 

 

What happened: The residential committee discussed a proposal for 170 single-family homes on the northeast corner of Keystone Parkway and 136th Street but did not vote on it. 

What it means: The age-restricted neighborhood by Epcon Communities is the third proposal on the site in three years. The committee discussed how the proposed neighborhood targeting empty nesters is expected to generate less traffic than the previous proposal and how it would affect traffic in the general area. Architecture standards to prevent monotony were also discussed. 

What’s next: The residential committee plans to discuss the matter again at its July 7 meeting.  

Estridge Development Management is proposing 15 townhomes south of 146th Street between the Monon Greenway and Rolling Hill Drive. (Submitted photo)

What happened: The residential committee voted 3-1 in favor of rezoning 1.26 acres for 15 townhomes.

What it means: Estridge Development Management is proposing to build the $400,000 to $500,000 townhomes south of 146th Street between the Monon Greenway and Rolling Hill Drive. The site is surrounded on all sides by single-family residential uses. 

What’s next: The full plan commission will vote on the proposal at its June 16 meeting. 

Lennar Homes is proposing 142 townhomes south of 146th Street and west of Community Drive. (Submitted photo)

What happened: The residential committee voted 4-0 in favor of 142 townhomes south of 146th Street and west of Community Drive. 

What it means: Lennar Homes is planning to build 22 buildings on 12 acres. Some will have front-facing garages, while others will have rear-facing ones. 

What’s next: The full plan commission will vote on the proposal at its June 16 meeting. 

 


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