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Developer plans $13M senior-living center in Westfield

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Cicero-based developer Mainstreet Property Group LLC plans to build a $13.3 million senior health care center in Westfield, the city announced Wednesday morning.

The 65,000-square assisted living facility, to be located on 7.5 acres next to Grand Park, will have 100 private suites and employ about 150 people when it opens in 2012.

Westfield officials say the development will support about 209 jobs during the construction phase.

Mayor Andy Cook said Mainstreet was lured to the site because of plans for the 300-acre Grand Park sports development near State Road 32 and U.S. 31. Tax incentives were not part of the deal, the city said.

The facility will feature “hotel-style living,” “multiple social destinations” and “restaurant-style dining,” according to the developer.

Mainstreet, founded in 2002, owns or co-owns 14 properties in the Midwest, including 11 senior housing or care centers. It has another six health care facilities under development.

The company has been ranked among the fastest-growing companies in the Indianapolis area by IBJ the past two years. It had revenue of $8.1 million in 2009, up from $4.4 million in 2007.





 

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  • Same Old
    Whats sad about 95% of these companies that they built multi-million dollar facilities and then they purchase the cheapest equipment from China or Mexico available-wheelchairs, beds, etc.. Look nice on the outside but awful for the resident on the inside!!!
  • Senior Placement
    This sounds like a great facility for seniors. Does this facility offer any in home care services for seniors? That would be something I would be interested in. Thank you
  • Employment
    How would I get in touch with Westfield Health Center (newest project) for employment?

    Please respond, thank you
    Jean Brown
  • Lots In Common
    The old folks can sit on the front porch and give the whipper snappers a good frowning. At least until Matlock comes on. "You darn kids better keep that ball out of our yard!"
  • I don't make the connection
    What do residents at a senior health care facility care about being next to a sports park - I think Cook is stretching the merits of the sports park a bit!!

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