WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Plans for West Lafayette's Wellness and Aquatics center are taking another step forward.
Wednesday morning, the redevelopment commission reviewed the design plan and approved the guaranteed maximum price of the project. It will cost nearly $25 million to build the new facility.
Mayor John Dennis said he's excited to see development on the city's north end.
"There is quite a bit of opportunity there for improvement, for providing a rec center, of connecting the rec center to our trail system and then having some of the special amenities that are really going to make it something worth our investment," he said.
Some of those amenities include a gymnasium, indoor playground, and indoor track and pool.
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