LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Developers are holding a week-long public meeting to get advice on what should replace the Chauncey Hill Mall. Trinitas Ventures, who currently owns the land where Chauncey Village sits, announced back in May they plan to tear down the existing structure.
Now, they want the public to be a part of the redevelopment. Public workshops are expected to begin Monday, July 9 and will run through Friday, July 13. The workshops will be held at the former University Spirit Store on Chauncey Avenue.
Trinitas plans to redevelop Chauncey Mall into a mixed-use project. The development may eventually include retail, restaurants, housing, a hotel, offices, and parking.
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