Wal-Mart has filed new plans for a store with the Zionsville Planning Department seven years after first proposing a site in Zionsville.
The plans were filed Tuesday, Sept. 11, in time to make the agenda for the Monday, Oct. 15, Zionsville Plan Commission meeting.
The plans propose a 156,621-square-foot store that could sit on nearly 23 acres along Michigan Road, south of Bennett Parkway and east of Andrade Drive.
The proposed store would have 759 parking spaces, some of which will be in Hamilton County since the county line runs through the proposed site.
“We are waiting to see what they do with the Zionsville approval,” Angie Conn, planning administrator for the City of Carmel, said. “The plan commission here would just review what’s on the Hamilton County side. We would look at lighting, landscaping and signage that would be on the Hamilton County side.”
Wayne DeLong, director of planning and economic development for Zionsville, said the facility itself does look different than the proposed filing from October 2005, which was proposed by developer Heritage RDG, LLC, and included an entire shopping complex.
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