LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The city of Lafayette is taking a step to changing the feel of a shopping center.
City leaders approved two changes to the Market Square Shopping Center.
The first was the parceling of the lot where the Subway off Elmwood Avenue is located. The city also approved the right-of-way to be included in the shopping center, so a sidewalk could not be added in the future.
Market Square's attorney, Joe Bumbleburg, said this is just one step in a long process.
"In the future, we will be putting together plans for a bus pick up bubble, sidewalks and redo a couple of the entrance ways," Bumbleburg said. "The mayor indicated there is a possibility of a street light."
Bumbleburg said eventually Market Square will be five separate lots.
He said if all goes as planned, the front of the shopping center will be located on Greenbush Avenue, rather than Elmwood.
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