A Look Ahead at 2016
Last year, we saw the addition of two great new parks here in our city. The parks projects were just the beginning of our initiative to improve the quality of the residential experience here in New Albany.
This year, you’ll find even more ways to enjoy living in New Albany. The Coyle site on Spring Street has been abandoned for more than a decade.
Soon, the site will be known as The Breakwater—a residential community that will bring 191 brand new apartments to New Albany. The M. Fine building will also be transformed into a 70-unit senior living center, bringing life to the building after 20 years of vacancy.
The Bridge Project has prompted an evaluation of the current street grid, and you may see some conversions from one way to two way streets to help accommodate for an influx of traffic.
Those folks that want to live downtown, and walk downtown and feel safe will begin to see those changes, and even some new opportunities for biking downtown. 2016 will bring a cleaner and safer New Albany, a place that residents can truly be proud of.