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INDIANAPOLIS (May 21, 2018) – Traditionally a downtown Indianapolis developer, Onyx and East (O+E) expands its reach into the Carmel market with the development of modern townhomes. Found in the Village of WestClay and aptly named Uptown at WestClay, the development’s grand opening weekend is June 1 – 3 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. every day.


Located at 12970 Pettigru Drive, Uptown at WestClay features a total of 52 two, three, and four bedroom townhomes starting in the $280,000s. The Clevelander floorplan (1,715 square feet) comes with the option of two or three bedrooms, and two and half baths. The Rittenhouse floorplan (2,010 square feet) features three bedrooms and two and half baths.


Two new floor plans not found on the website will be introduced during grand opening weekend: Fletcher and Chatham. Fletcher 1715 comes with the option of two or three bedrooms with 2.5 baths and Chatham can be built as a three or four bedroom unit with 2.5 baths coming in at more than 2,000 square feet.


All townhomes have 9-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, quartz or granite countertops, smooth finish ceilings, and modern interior doors and trim.


“Our standard features are more robust than what most builders offer,” said John Bain, executive vice president of national operations for O+E. “We know that today’s buyer isn’t happy with the traditionally low-level standards found in most new-builds, and we’ve made it our mission to offer more.”


Carmel, Indiana is one of the top-rated cities in the United States, and the Village of WestClay is a coveted location for developers and buyers alike. It’s prime location means Uptown at WestClay residents will have easy access to popular dining like Zing Café and The Homestead, as well as numerous fitness studios, highly rated public schools, and countless public parks.


The development is built entirely in the art deco style of architecture to meet the village’s building standards. Additionally, all artwork featured in the model unit is donated by Harrison Center in a joint effort to raise awareness of the nonprofit’s mission: to revitalize communities through art and to support the artists that do so.


“Uptown at WestClay is one of many new market projects for Onyx and East,” said Bain. “We have already started developing in Tampa Bay, and have big plans for continued expansion in 2018.”


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