Holladay Properties and Holladay Construction Group have teamed up to develop a new 35,000 square foot agritourism facility in Westfield, IN for West Fork Whiskey. The $10 million+, 12+ acre development is located on the northeast corner of 191st Street and Horton Road across from Grand Park Sports Campus and will soon become one of the largest agritourism experiences in Indiana. Governor Eric Holcomb and Westfield Mayor Andy Cook were on hand to commemorate the occasion.
The West Fork Whiskey project is just one of many being led by Holladay Properties in the Westfield Community. After successfully building the Grand Park Events Center and the Hampton Inn, Holladay Properties is also currently developing a 300-acre mixed-use business park in the growing community called NorthPoint. The business park is expected to bring more than 2.5 million square feet of office, advanced manufacturing, and logistics space as well as $200 million in capital investment. In addition, Holladay Properties has unveiled plans to spend $25.5 million to develop three speculative buildings in NorthPoint.
“We are thrilled to be a part of team bringing this project to fruition,” said Chase Smith, VP Development for Holladay Properties. “We were connected to the principals at West Fork due to our extensive experience in Westfield and the variety of project types we have developed in the past.”
The West Fork Whiskey facility will feature a 5,000 square foot event space, retail store, a 4,000 square foot restaurant with a cocktail lounge, a speakeasy, additional production and aging space, and more. The restaurant will focus heavily on Indiana ingredients and will primarily offer seasonal menu items native to Indiana. The new family friendly facility will also offer interactive tours, tastings and other educational components.
“Grand Park sees more than 2.5 million visits a year,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook. “West Fork offers a unique experience and opportunity for our residents and visitors. I am thrilled we will have this partnership in our community.”
“We see this expansion as an opportunity to invite Indiana residents and visitors to experience a taste of Indiana whiskey, and to continue changing the perception of our state as a leading whiskey producer,” said Blake Jones, co-owner of West Fork. “We look forward to joining the Westfield community and bringing together people from near and far for memorable shared experiences over our approachable craft whiskey.”
To learn more about West Fork Whiskey go to http://www.westforkwhiskey.com