Two new apartment projects announced, including one on old Owen’s property

Here is a preliminary drawing of what the apartment project coud look like at the old Owen's property on the west side of downtown Warsaw. Artwork provided.
By Dan Spalding
News Now Warsaw

WARSAW — Two new apartment complexes have been announced for Warsaw, including one at the old Owen’s grocery store near the downtown.

Both announcements came during the city redevelopment commission on Monday.

Representatives from AP Development unveiled their plans for the old grocery site on the west side of the downtown. Jon Anderson, president of AP Development, Brownsburg, said they hope to break ground early next year on an 85-unit complex that would include a restaurant/retail component.

The apartments will vary in the number of bedrooms, but most will be one and two-bedroom units.

The apartment building will be C-shaped with a grass courtyard in the middle.

Angled parking will be used on the perimeter of the building.

The other project — which is totally separate from the other — would be the fifth phase of Tippe River Downs and would be located just north of the Walmart on SR 15N.

The new construction will entail 72 executive suites that include 3 bedrooms, two baths and a garage bay with rents being 1,500 to 2,000 per month.

The $30 million project is expected to be completed in 2025.

The city of Warsaw is pledging to extend utilities and provide streets, curbs and lighting to assist the developer.

Here is a view of the old Owen’s property in Warsaw where a developer announced plans to construct an apartment complex. News Now Warsaw photo by Dan Spalding.