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Local retirement community plans $42M construction project


A retirement community in Centerville is planning a $42 million construction project to upgrade its facilities, according to City Planner Andrew Rodney.

MORE: Two new housing developments coming to Centerville

Bethany Lutheran Village, a continuing care retirement community that offers assisted living and housing for residents, is looking to rebuild a wing of its existing complex at 6443 Bethany Village Dr., as well as make improvements to existing parts of the building.

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The new wing will replace the Arbor assisted living wing and convert 36 assisted living units to 35 assisted living memory care units. Construction of a new building to house 74 new assisted living units is also included in the plans.

RELATED: Construction to begin on Centerville adult living facility

A new activity room, renovated kitchen, dining area and other improvements are to be part of the expansion, according to an emergency resolution passed by Centerville city council Monday.

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Bethany Lutheran Village offers various services for residents including assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, long-term care and memory supportive care on their 100-acre campus.

A construction timeline was immediately available.



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