On January 12, Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen announced his support for a project offering a planned business and innovation park on Ind. 37 north of 146th Street.
The project, which would cover 75 acres on what is now undeveloped farmland, would be called Washington Business Park and is being offered in partnership with Patch Development.
The development offers seven to 11 lots ranging from 2 acres to 22 acres. The planned dimensions of the buildings vary from 10,000 square feet to 250,000 square feet depending on the needs of the tenants.
“Washington Business Park will attract innovative and dynamic businesses that will create world-class products and services that will add advanced, well-paying employment opportunities to the community and provide a home for world-class businesses to easily relocate to Noblesville,” Pat Chittenden, owner of Patch Development declared.
The proposal will be presented at an upcoming Noblesville Common Council meeting. If approved, the city …
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