The Carmel Plan Commission met Feb. 16 to discuss rezoning for a new neighborhood in northwest Carmel, a warehouse addition and plans for Jackson’s Grant Village.
What happened: The plan commission voted 6-3 to give a favorable recommendation to a rezone to make way for the Albany Village subdivision on the southeast corner of146th Street and Shelborne Road.
- What it means: The development is planned to have 82 single- and two-family homes on 37 acres. Indianapolis-based Logan Group is seeking to rezone the vacant land from S-1 Residential to a planned unit development, which allows for a variety of uses on the site. The commission’s residential committee voted 3-1 against the project earlier this month.
- What’s next: The rezone request will go before the Carmel City Council for a final vote.
What happened: The plan commission approved a site plan and design approval for a 13,000-square-foot addition to an existing warehouse at 4511 W. 99th St.
- What it means: The 2.47-acre site in Mayflower Business Park owned and developed by Carmel-based JADAM Property Group already contains a 15,040-square-foot warehouse building. The addition will be on the west side of the existing structure. The project also will include new asphalt parking areas and a stormwater detention pond.
What happened: A proposal to create 19 lots on 22 acres in Jackson’s Grant Village was sent to the commission’s residential committee.
- What it means: The property was previously rezoned to the Jackson’s Grant Village PUD. The neighborhood is proposed to have entrances from 116th Street and Springmill Road and contain a stub street to the north. It will contain tree preservation and common areas and a retention pond.
- What’s next: The residential committee is expected to review the matter at its March 2 meeting. The full plan commission will have final voting authority.