Ground has been broken on the development project at the corner of Morton and Dodds. Developer and McDoel Resident Matt Press has received permission from the City of Bloomington to name the project B-Line Station. Site work will continue until late fall, with the first buildings beginning construction in Late September. The first home should break ground in late September and be completed by March of 2013. The commercial area at the north end of the project should be completed by June of 2013. The townhome building (now called Garden Green Townhomes) should break ground in early 2013 and be completed by that fall.
Please join your neighbors for our upcoming neighborhood meeting.
McDoel Gardens neighborhood resident and Bloomington City Plan Commission member Jack Baker will be the speaker at our next meeting. He will update residents on city projects and programs affecting our neighborhood.
Thursday, August 2nd, at 6:30 PM
McDoel Baptist Church, 1008 S. Rogers St., rear entrance
You are the neighborhood! Please leave your questions and comments.
The McDoel Gardens Neighborhood Association meets the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the McDoel Baptist Church. The church is located on Rogers Street, between Dixie and Allen; enter the basement from the alley behind the church.
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