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TWG to Develop Multifamily in Fast-Growing Indianapolis Suburb

TWG will develop the multifamily component of the Chatham Hills master development with a $41-million apartment complex northeast of Grand Park in Westfield, IN. It will be TWG’s first in Westfield, a fast-growing northern suburb of Indianapolis. 

The 250-unit project will be located on either side of Chad Hittle Drive, just west of US 31 and 196th St., within the 252 acres added to the Chatham Hills PUD District in November 2019. The project is a part of a master development plan to bring new housing and amenities to the area. 

“There has never been a better time for TWG to enter the growing city of Westfield,” said J.B. Curry, VP of market rate development at TWG. “We believe in this market, and are excited to expand TWG’s presence in our headquartered state of Indiana with this new luxury development.” 


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