The $6.5 million project, led by the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, will include 50 apartment units, 22,000 square feet of commercial space and a 2-acre park. Construction could start by the end of the year.
Local affordable housing developer The Whitsett Group has been chosen to redevelop the site on North Meridian Street. Its other major development is a $22 million project set for the former Keystone Towers site.
The city, along with the nearby Children's Museum of Indianapolis, is spearheading redevelopment of the abandoned property where demolition began Monday. Bids to build mixed-income housing will be sought in the coming months.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is playing the role of lead developer for the abandoned Winona Hospital site.
The trustee for Winona Memorial Hospital lost in court against the hospital’s former owner earlier this month — but
receiving a bit of vindication from the judge in the case.
Paul Gresk, the bankruptcy trustee overseeing the liquidation of Winona Memorial Hospital, is pushing for a showdown in court
to prove his claims that Winona’s former owner, Leland Medical Centers Inc., illegally transferred more than $4 million out
A court-appointed trustee in charge of Winona Memorial Hospital’s bankruptcy says he believes former owners fleeced it for
more than $4 million. But he has little to show from his two-year quest to recover money for creditors and now is winding
down the case.