Info & Address
290 W Front St.,
Mishawaka, IN 46544
Groundbreaking: Sept. 21, 2017
The Mill at Ironworks Plaza will consist of 232 luxury market rate apartment homes and 13,213 square feet of retail, including Stacked Pickle, which will serve as the anchor retail tenant of the project. Comprised of studios, one and two-bedroom apartment homes, the development will boast the finest amenities in the Mishawaka market.
Residents will enjoy nearly over 11,000 square feet of amenities. A second-floor amenity deck overlooking the St. Joseph River and Beutter Park includes a courtyard that will feature a bar, lounge areas, grilling station, activity lawn, art and movie wall, saltwater pool with a large wet deck, and bark park. Additionally, The Mill will feature a Maker’s Space, where residents can create artwork, a demonstration kitchen for hosting large group gatherings and meals, a gaming and study lounge, pet spa, bike storage and repair, and concierge services, including maintenance concierge. A 24-hour fitness center will feature Fitness onDemand®.
Apartments will include natural quartz and resin composite kitchen countertops, cultured marble vanity tops with integral sinks. Additionally, kitchens will feature stainless steel appliances, under mount faucets and sinks and LED lighting. LED lighting will also be present in entries, bathrooms and closets.
“Indiana is ranked first in the Midwest and fifth in the nation for business, and the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative is playing a key role in continuing this economic momentum by supporting efforts to retain and attract talent to the state,” said IEDC president Elaine Bedel. “The Mill at Ironworks Plaza will help continue to enhance downtown Mishawaka and increase social connectivity in one of north central Indiana’s urban cores.”
“This project will be transformational to our historic downtown,” said Mayor of Mishawaka David Wood at the project’s groundbreaking. “In our planning to redevelop the former Uniroyal properties, the City has remained committed to building a mixed use, architecturally significant and pedestrian friendly environment. This project which will cover two city blocks includes all of these elements.”