The city of Indianapolis will cut the ribbon Tuesday on a $6.6 million housing development where Winona Hospital once stood. The 50-unit Illinois Place Apartments is a public-private partnership located near The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. The hospital closed in 2004. December 13, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –
WHO: U.S. Representative Andr? Carson, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, City-County Councillor Monroe Gray, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis president and CEO, Jeffrey Patchen and TWG Development, LLC principal Joseph Whitsett
WHAT: Ribbon cutting ceremony and press conference, apartment tour and interviews with key stakeholders of the new Illinois Place (on former Winona hospital property).
WHERE: West 33rd and Illinois St. in Indianapolis, IN
WHEN: Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 9:30 a.m.
DETAILS: A sleek, modern and affordable housing complex officially opens in the Mid-North neighborhood, replacing the hazardous, dangerous eyesore that was the abandoned Winona Hospital site.
This two-building, 50-unit complex with landscaped green space is the result
of a public-private partnership between The City of Indianapolis and TRex Enterprises, LLC, with financial support from state and federal grants.
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Source: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis