Carmel-based Mainstreet is showcasing its newest short-stay rehabilitation and therapy facility in the state. The $12 million Springs of Richmond includes 70 beds, plus therapy gym, spa and theater space. The transitional care center will be operated by Louisville-based Trilogy Health Services LLC.
Construction began last March and Mainstreet says up to 100 jobs will be created to staff the more than 48,000 square-foot center. Additional amenities include an outdoor rehabilitation courtyard, game room and pub, kitchen and restaurant-style dining options.
Mainstreet founder and Chief Executive Officer Zeke Turner says "our best-in-class properties are designed to give aging Americans what they want – less hospital and more hospitality. We are transforming the way health care is delivered nationwide and The Springs of Richmond illustrates the coming wave of health care."
The developer has opened properties of similar scale recently as part of major growth announced in 2014. The company says the facilities will have an economic impact of $3 billion.
A community open house is set for Sunday afternoon.