IDO Neighbor Meetings re: the Coal Factory Re-DevelopmentPosted by IDO on Nov 11, 2016 in Blog, Business, East Side Indy, Featured, IDO News, Irvington News, Neighborhoods | 0 comments
Coal Factory Redevelopment
IDO Community Update Meeting
Tuesday, November 15
Irvington Presbyterian Church
55 Johnson Ave.
(just prior to the HICC meeting)
Irvington Development Organization is hosting the first in a series of meetings over the next couple of months before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) hears the rest of the items (variances, site plan, design, and demolition) in the proposed redevelopment of the Coal Factory property. This meeting will be a chance for the development team to confirm and clarify as needed the concerns of the neighbors that were heard in previous meetings and to work with the neighbors to address those issues in a revised site plan and design.
IHPC voted to include residential and artisan and beverage/food production uses in the CS zoning of the property at their November hearing. They are scheduled to hear the additional items at their January 4, 2017 hearing unless it needs to be continued further out. No actual work can be done on the site until those other items are approved.
Please come with your ideas for how to make the project better!
For more facts regarding the Coal Factory Redevelopment, please click here.
About Irvington Development Organization
Irvington Development Organization, founded in 2002, works for the benefit of Irvington by cultivating positive business development, promoting the unique character of our neighborhood and enhancing the quality of life for residents and visitors. Irvington is a historic community on the East Side of Indianapolis known for its winding, tree-lined streets and architecturally significant homes and businesses. To donate to IDO or become a member click here.