Meridian City Council adopted the Ten Mile Interchange Specific Area Plan (TMISAP) on June 19, 2007.
Executive Summary: The Vision
The Ten Mile Interchange Area will look, feel and function differently than a typical commercial area or residential subdivision. Many residential uses will occupy the second and third levels of buildings above retail, office and light industrial uses on the ground floor. In some commercial areas, residential uses may occupy the lowest levels of buildings.
Unlike many commercial and employment districts, the Ten Mile Interchange Area will not empty out at 5pm when employees leave work. For many employees, home will be upstairs, around the corner, or down the street. This area allows a range of land uses—from industrial to residential to commercial—in close proximity to one another. This mix, anchored by a lifestyle center, will create an exciting atmosphere for residents and a unique new area of Meridian.