Project Portfolio

Wabash Landing Development, West Lafayette, IN

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  • Wabash Landing Alternative View

Wabash Landing Development, West Lafayette, Indiana

2001

Services

Market Analysis

Redvelopment Strategies

Developer Recruitment

Public-Private Partnership Facilitation


City of West Lafayette, Indiana

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Awards

James G. Howland Gold Award — 2004

Outstanding Project Award — Indiana Planning Association — 2002

Models of Success Award — 2002


The Challenge

The challenge behind this development process was what to do with a vacant Sears department store and the surrounding 80 acres of land along the Wabash River.


The Process

DCI examined several potenital reuses for both the Sears site and the entire Levee Area, placing emphasis on the development directions that would achieve the highest and best use.


The Outcomes

DCI recommended new housing development along the river supported by new retail, entertainment, civic and office spaces.  We also provided the City with an implementation strategy outlining the activities necessary to attract new invesment to the site.

The development at Wabash Landing has become an extention of Downtown Lafayette, resulting in more than $108 million dollars of public and private investments.


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