CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - A new partnership of companies will play host to more than 340 jobs.
St. Vincent Health and The Barrington of Carmel are integrating to create a new senior-living community. The Mayor of Carmel, Jim Brainard, and both companies will reveal their new plans Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at The Palladium.
Mayor Brainard and representatives from St. Vincent and The Barrington of Carmel will unveil their 18-acre, 320,000 square-foot community to the public. It is currently being developed at 116th St. on Guilford Road. This senior living facility will house over 250 residents, including independent and assisted living, nurses, and others.
Along with helping the senior residents, the community will be beneficiaries as well. Not only will this open up more jobs, it will also increase economic spending. The Barrington of Carmel has already invested more than $10 million for this facility.
The representatives said they plan on opening the facility in 2013.
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