APC will vote on proposed WL apartment complex

Plans to build a 40-unit apartment building in Chauncey Village are underway. (WLFI Photo)
Plans to build a 40-unit apartment building in Chauncey Village are underway. (WLFI Photo)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — For the first time, the public can view an artist’s rendering of a new apartment complex proposed for West Lafayette.

It is a four-story, 40-unit apartment complex named South Street Station. As News 18 reported last month, the building will house 75 bedrooms and have a single level of underground parking.

The complex is proposed for placement at the intersection of South and Salisbury streets, which would replace four older homes that are divided into apartments. If all goes according to plan, developers hope to open it by the fall of 2015.

The Tippecanoe County Area Plan Commission is slated to vote on the proposal at its meeting Wednesday night. Their recommendation is expected to head to the West Lafayette City Council for consideration next month.

Dan Klein will have more information from tonight’s meeting, including the outcome of the vote, on News 18 at 11.

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