Carmel residents fear convenience store would drop property values

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An auto dealership is going up at a popular intersection in Carmel and neighbors want to make sure that’s all that will be built there.

A new Butler Hyundai is planned for the northwest corner of 96th Street and Randall Road.

Nearby homeowners are asking the Carmel Planning Commission for assurances the property won’t include a 24-hour convenience store. They think it would drive down property values in the Williamson Run neighborhood.

2 comments

  • Guest

    Yep, a quikie mart is gonna drive down prices on those homes that were already built on top of a stone quarry with dynamite blasting daily… Really Carmel, get a clue!!! I used to live over there and I would have love have a convenience store near by.

  • ClanSmokeJaguar

    haha…but they go to the quickie mart in the mangy parts of carmel to get their smokes and beer, thinking nothing of the property values there.

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