Fishers-based Mattingly Construction announced plans today to develop the parcel located at 0 Sunlight Drive featuring three buildings at 8,227ft2, 10,433 ft2, and 14,600 ft2 respectively. The development is intended to provide opportunities for small businesses to own office space as an alternative to leasing.
“We're excited to see the continued growth and momentum on the I-69 corridor with the announcement of this development,” said Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness. “When the team at Mattingly Construction presented this concept to us, it just made sense all around to continue to support our entrepreneurs, while adding to the vibrancy of this corporate corridor.”
The first phase of the project will include the three buildings occupying three of the twelve acres of the joint parcel. Future phases of the project will include similar development of buildings from 5,000 to 20,000 ft2 on the balance of nine acres. The prime location, just off the 106th Street interchange from I-69 allows ease of access directly to the business park and proximity to the amenities along the 96th and 116th Street corridors, including the latest development, Fishers District.
“We are extremely encouraged with the amount of interest we have received due to the support of the city and the location,” said Steve Mattingly with Mattingly Construction. “The interest is from businesses looking for just this type of opportunity of owning their building and having an office in Fishers. The nearby restaurants, retail, hotels, and services within a mile of 96th as well as 116th, the amenities are second to none”.
The City of Fishers is recommending a tax abatement for the first phase of the project totaling $636,898.24. The Fishers City Council will hold a vote on the proposed agreement at the December Fishers City Council meeting.