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Crown Point City Hall

John J. Watkins, The Times

CROWN POINT — After what Planning Administrator Anthony Schlueter said was a record eight extensions, the Plan Commission finally gave the go-ahead on plans for the Crest Grove subdivision.

The commission on Monday granted secondary plat approval for developer Ryan Fleming so he could begin selling lots and obtain building permits for the 33-lot subdivision at 3425 W. 121st Ave.

Infrastructure has already been installed and 22 of the 33 lots are already sold.

Commission member Scott Evorik said he had a chance to walk the property with Fleming recently and said it “looks pretty standard.”

The commission also approved the final phase of the Pentwater subdivision on the southeast corner of 113th Avenue and Delaware Street. Thirty-three lots there will complete Pentwater.

The commission also granted approval for 17 lots as part of the next phase of the Courtyards homes for the Regency subdivision on the northwest corner of 133rd Street and Indiana Avenue.

Approval was also given for the secondary plat for 37 more lots in the 280-acre Copper Creek subdivision on the north side of 133rd Avenue, south of Feather Rock Drive.

“It’s a knockout subdivision,” commission member Dan Rohaley said of Copper Creek. “The quality is incredible.”

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Rob covers urban affairs and other matters in Crown Point, St. John, Winfield and beyond. Previously he covered Valparaiso, Hammond, Gary and East Chicago. He's also written for various magazines and pens a culture blog for The Times.