Love's Buys Land for New Indiana Travel Stop
WHITESTOWN, Ind. -- Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores is drawing up plans for its ninth location in Indiana. Construction for the travel stop in Whitestown is slated to begin in May.
The news comes as Love's announced it has purchased property at the interchange of I-65 and Highway 267 in the Whitestown Crossing Development, according to InsideIndianaBusiness.com.
"We're excited to continue our growth in Indiana and across the country, and we're proud that we contribute financially to the local economies in locations where we operate," said Greg Love, president of Love's Development Cos. "This location fits well with our commitment to offer a variety of amenities for professional drivers and the motoring public."
The new travel stop will rise in the 100-acre master-planned, mixed-use development zoned general business. "We selected Whitestown Crossing because of its location on I-65 at the State Road 267 interchange. In our view, it allows easy access to and from one of the most heavily traveled corridors in and out of Indianapolis. We think that the location provides an excellent opportunity to capture the growth in the northwest suburban quadrant of the Indianapolis Metropolitan market, including the growth in West Carmel, Zionsville, Lebanon, Perry Industrial Park and Anson," said Allen Valenti, CEO of Valenti-Held, the developer of Whitestown Crossing.