LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The Star City Crossing downtown apartment complex is seeking money to continue its development.
Wednesday at the Lafayette City Council Caucus the first reading of an ordinance set the plan in motion.
The city will provide the money for the project that will be paid back by Star City Crossing.
This does not affect taxpayer money.
The Lafayette Mayor says this project will help reshape the landscape of downtown Lafayette.
"We think it will also help us with economic development, community development and living options for all different types of people living in our community," said Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski.
Mayor Roswarski hopes this project continues to bring job creation to Lafayette.
He thinks once the building finds its niche it will fit right in within the community.
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