Developer Old Town Companies is starting work on a three-building residential and commercial development in downtown Westfield.
The developers say that Union Square at Grand Junction will “bring new life” to the city block between State Road 32, Mill, Jersey, and Union Streets in the Indianapolis suburb.
“Overlooking the city’s exciting new Grand Junction Plaza, it adds apartment homes, retail, office, a food and beverage hall, an extended plaza area, and public parking, the developer says in an Oct. 13 statement.
“Old Town is proud of the partnership that has developed with the city of Westfield over the last five years,” said Old Town Companies CEO, Justin Moffett. “Collectively, we have responded to the city’s need for increased parking and housing options. Union Square is a catalyst for a truly walkable city that connects residents with neighboring, place-making initiatives, such as the new library, the expanding trail network, and a host of small businesses that contribute to Westfield’s charm.”
The developer asserts that Union Square at Grand Junction will be a significant part of downtown Westfield’s transformation.
“It includes a variety of luxury amenities for residents such as reserved covered parking, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, and an elevated pool & courtyard gathering space that
will overlook Grand Junction Plaza,” the statement says.
The project includes 196 apartments, a 300-car parking garage, 17,000
sq. ft. of retail space in the primary mixed-use building, a 15,000 sq. ft. food and beverage hall, and a 40,000 sq. ft. office/retail building.
Project partners include the City of Westfield, Lake City Bank (financing), Studio M (architecture and planning), American Structurepoint (engineering) and Old Town Construction (on-site construction.
Groundbreaking is expected this fall, with move-in-ready buildings in the summer of 2024.