Greenfield city officials will review plans Tuesday for a development with two restaurants and outdoor events space as the developer hopes to break ground this fall.
Officials will decide whether to approve site plans for a parking lot connected to The Lokal, a proposed pair of restaurants at 8415 Sura Lane, the agenda showed. The city will also amend its agreement with owner Greenfield Development Partners Holdings because the property is inside a tax increment district.
The development includes two restaurants: one is 8,700 square feet and the other 10,000 square feet. Amenities include a patio space, outdoor seating, an outdoor stage and a bar, restaurant plans showed. The restaurants and outdoor space combined would offer over 200 jobs when completed.
Cobalt Partners, the developer that presented early plans, hoped to get an early start on vertical construction in the spring and sought exterior site work ahead of time, according to minutes from a prior meeting on Oct. 11. The developer wanted to install utilities, grade and gravel the parking lot in the late fall and early winter.
The developer hopes to have footings and foundation work done in March and both buildings open by February 2024, the meeting agenda said. JDC and Innovative Construction Solutions would be the contractors for the project. Cobalt selected The Kubala Washatko Architects as its architecture firm.
In the development’s conceptual plans, city officials called The Lokal “one of the last remaining components to be developed at 84 South, located at the northwest corner of South 84 Street and West Layton Avenue.”