The 50-acre site at the corner of Broad and Hamilton is envisioned as a dynamic, mixed use environment that provides high quality residential options, alongside commercial and office uses. Building off of the $50 million investment made into the new Norton Crossing mixed use development, the site has the opportunity to change the face of Whitehall for those entering our community from I-270. Some key site elements under consideration include:
Meet the Team
Miami Florida based N.R. Investments has an annual acquisition and development volume exceeding $100 million of commercial and residential projects and the principals have over 60 years of combined experience in residential, office and mixed-use development.
Duany, Plater-Zyberk & Co (DPZ) is a national leader in planning, urban design and architecture. With over 300 inner city and greenfield projects, DPZ shares a passion for place making that reflects the surrounding community.
The Columbus, Ohio-based firm’s collaborative and holistic creative process is service-oriented and solution-driven, designed to deliver sustainable and sophisticated built environments tailored to meet client needs.
Founded in 1945, Columbus-based Ruscilli has grown from a small trade contractor to one of the largest full-service construction firms in the Midwestern United States.
Tentative Project Timeline
The following timeline is for illustrative purposes only. Given the expansiveness of the site, development will be phased. The timeline below represents what the first phase of that development might look like:
- March 11, 2020: Public-private partnership announced
- March 30-April 15, 2020: Initial public feedback period
- April-May 2020: Comprehensive land planning
- Summer 2020: Final concept and design presented to public
- Fall 2020: Existing structure demolition and groundbreaking
Submit Your Feedback
The survey embedded below will be live from March 30-April 15. Your feedback will then be used by N.R., DPZ and the City as the initial site plan is developed this spring. Stay tuned throughout the process to see the results of your feedback in action.
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