Site preparation began in late 2015 for the 99-unit Park 66 at the northwest corner of 66th and Ferguson streets. The project received approval from both the Broad Ripple Village Association and the City of Indianapolis since it addresses the Envision Broad Ripple Plan’s call for more residential capacity. JHJ Holdings partners Michael Kosene, Chris Chabenne, and Nick Laviolette assembled the project and acquired all necessary approvals in 2014-15 before selling the package to J.C. Hart Company. With upscale finishes, lots of windows, attractive landscaping and proximity to both the Indianapolis Art Center and the Monon Trail, the apartments are likely to appeal to millennials as well as empty nesters. Nine different floor plans will be offered, ranging from one bedroom to two bedrooms plus den. In addition to providing on-site parking for all tenants, 19 on-street parking spaces will be added as will sidewalks on the north side of 66th Street, where currently there are none.
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