Village Centers are walkable, mixed-use places that offer services and amenities to nearby neighborhoods. Such places exist in a variety of contexts, from the rural towns like Wanamaker in Franklin Township to mixed-use suburban environments like Nora to more traditional urban places like Broad Ripple and Irvington. Indianapolis has a variety of zoning districts that enable these diverse places to exist, including two (Mixed-Use 3 and Mixed-Use 4) that require the Department of Metropolitan Development to initiate zoning through a special type of plan.
This page will provide general information about these special processes as well as more detailed information about specific projects currently underway.
Located at the intersection of the Meridian Highland, Fall Creek Place, and Herron Morton neighborhoods at 22nd and Meridian Streets, this process is exploring the potential of establishing a Mixed-Use 3 (MU-3) district.
Opportunities for Public Involvement
The public survey is now closed.
Located along Georgetown Road between 38th Street and Lafayette Road in the heart of the International Marketplace neighborhood, this process is exploring the potential of establishing a Mixed-Use 3 (MU-3) district. Learn more about the process and engagement opportunities at imvillageplan.com.