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MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

Broad Ripple North Village

HAUS is working on a new development in Broad Ripple North Village that includes a mix of commercial office, retail/cafe/showroom, walk-up townhomes, lofts, and covered garage parking.  We are enjoying the public process and are currently working toward a solution that most effectively meets the multifaceted urban design goals of this awesome location.  It has been an engaging and stimulating dialogue with the neighborhood and the City in an effort to balance the desire for pedestrian engagement and more mixed-use density fitting Broad Ripple’s Envision Plan while also managing flood-plain requirements.  This small city block located at 6367 and 6371 Guilford is just feet from the Monon Trail and borders Guilford, 64th, Cornell, and Main.

In summer 2017, we deleted the 4th floor and redesigned the exterior for a more village-friendly character and scale.  With these changes, we were achieved BRVA support in July, but were not able to achieve City Planning Department support or hearing officer support as of 08.10.17.  We are looking forward to the Board of Zoning Appeals Commission hearing on September 6th, 2017.  New exterior rendering view from southwest has been updated here – one of the previous design concepts is also still up.

We will be posting periodic updates, so stay tuned.

 

 


Project Info:

Architecture/Interior Design/Renderings/Photography: HAUS | Architecture
Leasing:  Thomas English Retail Real Estate