I just posted the third and final part in a series on Urban Indy, about the Chatham Park development proposal in the Chatham Arch neighborhood near downtown Indianapolis. I already posted parts I and II in late December/early January, and this final article–a very minor one–simply reveals the modified proposal, based on feedback the developer received in late 2016. Here’s a before/after rendering:
Though the physical layout has changed somewhat, and more of the dense development has shifted to the western (East Street) side and away from Park Avenue, the overall unit density is more or less the same as before. The Urban Indy article shows more details.
The Department of Metropolitan Development hearing for this proposal is February 1, at 5:30 pm on the second floor of the City-County Building. Advocates for good urban form (from both inside and outside of Chatham Arch) should attend and explain why this project is so good for the neighborhood. Comments as always are welcome!