The Plymouth City Council members heard public comment during a hearing Monday night about the proposed six-year property tax abatement for the River Gate South, LLC housing project.
Steve Guriel, who owns several rental properties, asked if any other housing units in Plymouth were granted tax abatements. City Attorney Sean Surrisi noted that this is the first time in the history of the city where this type of residential tax abatement was requested.
The Plymouth City Council members heard a request from Developer Scott Sivan to create the property for the housing development River Gate South as an Economic Development Target Area and Economic Revitalization Area.
Marshall County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Jerry Chavez said this is the first step in a process for the ultimate request for a real property tax abatement for the project.
A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for Tuesday, Nov. 7 for the construction of a 50,000 square foot manufacturing center in Argos.
Marshall County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Jerry Chavez says the building will be built within Argos’ 75 acre industrial park. The building will be expandable up to 300,000 square feet and will have access to high speed fiber.
The Culver Town Council members conducted a public hearing Tuesday night concerning a resolution to deem the Sand Hill Farms property an economic target area and an economic revitalization area per state statute for purposes of residential tax abatement. The abatement would be 100 percent for 10 years.
The Sand Hill Farms property will be home to a workforce development housing project offering 24-unit apartments.
U.S. 30 is likely to be upgraded to freeway standards in the next 10 years, so now’s the time for local residents to get together and offer their input. That’s what a consultant working with the statewide U.S. 30 Coalition told residents during an informational meeting Wednesday in Hamlet.
Peanut butter-filled pretzels may start being made in Plymouth as soon as next week. Pretzels, Inc. is wrapping up construction on its new manufacturing facility in the Marshall County Shell Building. Continue reading
Plymouth residents will have the chance to learn more about the South Gateway apartment project during a public forum this evening. Architect and developer Scott Sivan will give a presentation on the so-called residential resurgence project at 5:30 p.m. in the old NIPSCO building at the corner of Michigan and LaPorte Streets. Continue reading
Marshall County residents can learn more about the proposed South Gateway development in downtown Plymouth during a public forum next week. Architect and developer Scott Sivan will present the latest conceptual renderings and site plan for the residential resurgence project on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the old NIPSCO building at the corner of S. Michigan and LaPorte Streets. Continue reading