Garmong Development has launched the development of “The Commerce Park at Brownsburg Raceway,” a new 47-acre project to serve motorsports businesses and manufacturers focused on research and development.
Located adjacent to the NHRA-owned Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park, the project is led by Deb Cook, Town Manager of the Town of Brownsburg. It is expected to create more than $100 million in new economic development and capital investments.
“This powerfully advances Brownsburg’s high-profile commitment to growing and supporting the autosports industry and will help attract new companies,” Cook said in a release.
In addition, NHRA will move the Lucas Oil Raceway Park main entrance to the west side of the property to coordinate with the new commerce park. “We’re extremely excited about this project and its new ‘front door’ for the raceway,” said Kasey Coler, Vice President of NHRA Track Management and Operations.
The new track entrance is already designed and will soon be under construction. “This new ‘front door’ will provide easier access into the raceway park, but equally important is that the new entrance is expected to provide a higher degree of safety,” said Cook. The new boulevard is slated to be completed by the end of 2022, according to Dan Zuerner, Vice President of Garmong.
For more information, visit garmong.net, brownsburg.org, and raceirp.com.