Affordable housing project planned for Central State campus

This project will be the latest redevelopment at Central State, among several others in the past decade.

Rendering of The Plaza at Central Greens

The T&H project received $15.2 million in federal low-income housing tax credits.

Rendering via T&H Investments

Changes are coming to Central State on Indy’s near west side.

Carmel-based development firm T&H Investments is planning to spend $36 million to build a 122-unit affordable housing project on the campus.

The early stages of construction are already underway on Central Greens Boulevard, just north of the 3000 block of West Washington Street.

The Plaza at Central Greens will include:

  • Three apartment buildings (three stories with 39 units across 14,040 sqft, each ranging from $715 to $1,150 per month)
  • A 3,400-sqft amenity center that will feature a fitness area, a community gathering space, and a computer room
  • A retail building
  • A playground and pond
  • 100+ parking spaces in a surface lot behind the apartments

The project is expected to open by mid- to late-2024.
A couple other sections of the Central State campus have been seeking redevelopment — like the former IFD Station 18 which is looking at a transit-oriented development with the IndyGo Blue Line.

Other updates to the campus have included a new football field and running track, the Indiana Medical History Museum, an event venue, and 160+ single-family homes and townhouses. Learn more.

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