Developers are looking to build 264 apartments near downtown Jeffersonville | New

JEFFERSONVILLE – Plans are underway to build 264 connected multi-family apartments in downtown Jeffersonville near Veterans Parkway.

Denton Floyd Real Estate Group is seeking to develop The Warren Apartments in Jeffersonville in partnership with The Koetter Group. The development would include market-priced apartments in the 18-acre property located along Town Center Boulevard, Indiana 31 and Hamburg Pike.

The project received a favorable recommendation from the Jeffersonville Planning Commission, and the Jeffersonville City Council will consider an amendment to the zoning map at Tuesday’s meeting. This would change the zoning at 4405 Hamburg Pike, part of the land that would be used for development, from business park/light industrial to planned unit development (PUD).

The planned development includes 11 apartment buildings with 24 units each, and there will be 400 parking spaces for residents. The development will include amenities such as a clubhouse, swimming pool, dog park, fire pits, playground and more than six acres of green space, according to Clayton Pace, director of development and construction at Denton Floyd.

The pavilion would include an exercise room, an internet cafe, a mail room and a rental office.

Pace said the residential development will create mixed-use space to complement downtown Jeffersonville businesses on Veterans Parkway, which was also developed by the Koetter Group.

“It’s a great example of how connectivity and mixed use work together,” he said.

Pace said it was a “great location” to combine residential and commercial developments.

“Walking distance you have Menards, you have a gas station – across the street you have all the retail and a bank is right next door,” he said. . “Then there are other upcoming retail sales that have just launched.”

Chad Reischl, director of planning and zoning for the City of Jeffersonville, said he was excited about the opportunity to create a mixed-use site including offices, restaurants, retail and apartments.

Residential development will be beneficial in helping businesses grow in this area, he said.

“It’s a place where people could live, work and walk down the street and have a coffee or a burger at a restaurant without having to go far,” he said.

The goal is to break ground on Warren Apartments by the end of the year, according to Pace.

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