Incentives approved for Whiteland warehouse building
WHITELAND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Work on a more than 760,000-square-foot warehouse in Whiteland is one step closer to beginning. Our partners at the Daily Journal report the Whiteland Town Council has approved a $3.3 million property tax abatement for the facility, which will be the final building constructed in the Whiteland Exchange Business Park.
The project is being developed by Missouri-based Jones Development. It will be the largest building inside the business park, even larger than the 530,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center, which opened last summer.
The publication says Jones Development plans to invest more than $26 million in the new building, which does not yet have a tenant. The company did not provide a specific time frame for construction to begin.