Indianapolis Monthly: Pocket Neighborhoods Start To Fill Up Indy

A storybook community in Hamilton County inspires a sequel in Zionsville.

Indianapolis Monthly | May 2016

"In Carmel, gawking isn’t reserved for mansions. Inglenook, located in a relatively modest zip code near 99th Street and Westfield Boulevard, incites its share of double takes without the power of five-digit square footage. Colorful dollhouse cottages cozy together along communal greens, sidewalks lead to front stoops, and built-in flower boxes overflow on tidy porches, resembling the Florida Panhandle villages Hoosiers frequent on family vacations..."

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Zionsville Current: Inglenook Pocket Neighborhood Coming To Zionsville

By Mark Ambrogi

Zionsville Current | March 2016

"The pocket neighborhood concept is coming to Zionsville.

Inglenook of Zionsville will feature 48 cottage homes clustered in small groups around common green spaces. The development will be on 17 acres of woodlands just south of 106th Street on Zionsville Road. The exact name of the neighborhood is to be determined..."

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FOX 59: ‘Pocket neighborhood’ trend popping up in central Indiana

By Kendall Downing

FOX59 | March 2016

"A new kind of neighborhood is popping up in central Indiana, drawing inspiration from the Pacific Northwest and the Northeast.  A major pocket neighborhood development is planned in Zionsville just south of 106th Street and Zionsville Road..."

Hot Property: $345,000 home in Carmel's 'pocket neighborhood'

Hot Property: $345,000 home in Carmel's 'pocket neighborhood'

By Olivia Lewis

Indy Star | July 2015

"Welcome to the neighborhood where everyone knows your name.

Inglenook is a 27-home neighborhood in Carmel that was designed by architect Ross Chapin. Unlike traditional suburban neighborhoods where houses face the street, the homes of Inglenook face community green spaces. Garages are accessed through alleys behind the homes.

The homes in this "pocket neighborhood" are based on eight designs, such as the two-bedroom "Betty Sue" cottage and the three- or four-bedroom Plumrose…"

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Inglenook Gets Thumbs Up From Commission

Inglenook Gets Thumbs Up From Commission By Matt Werner

Times Sentinel | June 2015

"Another planned unit development may soon be coming to Zionsville.  The Zionsville Plan Commission voted unanimously to give a favorable recommendation to rezone 18 acres along Zionsville Road south of 106th Street to a PUD. The PUD would allow for a "pocket neighborhood" known as Inglenook with nearly 50 cottage-style homes to be constructed."

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Zionsville Times Sentinel Announces New Inglenook of Zionsville Pocket Neighborhood

Zionsville Times Sentinel Announces New Inglenook of Zionsville Pocket Neighborhood 

Good news travels quickly! Land Development and Building is excited to announce plans for an upcoming Inglenook pocket neighborhood in Zionsville. Plans are still being finalized and we hope to have an official announcement with additional details later this Spring.

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In the meantime please stop by Inglenook of Carmel to get a feel for pocket neighborhood living and to see Inglenook of Carmel’s final cottage home – the Iris! Our sales office will be open Sunday, March 22nd from 1-4PM.   If you would like to schedule a private tour outside of office hours please contact us at 317.767.9760.

LID System Promotes Well-being of Community

LID System Promotes Well-being of Community By: Ted Blahnik, PE and Jennifer Shipe

Best American Living | October 2013

“Inglenook, the first project in the city of Carmel, Indiana to use a Low Impact Development (LID) integrated stormwater management system, exceeded the city’s standards and requirements and now stands as a model for similar systems in the city…”

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A New Cottage On A Village Green, A Front Porch, And A Famous Architect’s Design

A New Cottage On A Village Green, A Front Porch, And A Famous Architect’s Design

By: Mary Milz

Indianapolis Monthly Magazine | August 2013

“…Compact, yes.  But the open concept, high ceilings, abundant windows and skylights, and built-in storage make the homes (like this 2,800-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath ‘Ellis’ model for sale) feel considerably larger and highly functional.  And don’t forget about the signature covered porch…”

Read the entire article in the August issue of Indianapolis Monthly.

Professional Builder Magazine Project Profile

Professional Builder Magazine Project Profile:  Inglenook of Carmel

by: Susan Bady

Professional Builder Magazine | May 2013

“Until recently Carmel, Indiana has been a city of large single-family homes in conventional subdivisions.  Builder/developer Casey Land of Land Development & Building Company, Indianapolis, is offering a very different experience: smaller homes clustered around a shared common area…”

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