A Hoosier developer is set to outline a three-year plan Friday morning it says will result in thousands of jobs in the state. Carmel-based Mainstreet Property Group LLC says the expansions will make it one of Indiana's “largest economic engines.” February 6, 2014

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Carmel-based Mainstreet will hold a news conference to announce its expansion plans for 2014-16, which will create thousands of jobs and have a total economic impact of nearly $3 billion in the State of Indiana.

Where: Arlington Place Health Campus at East 16th Street & Arlington Avenue (1635 N. Arlington Avenue). The site of Mainstreet's latest medical resort development, adjacent to the Raytheon plant, has long been a challenging site for development for the City of Indianapolis. The health campus, which will open later this month, will employ 125 people in high-paying health care and management jobs.

When: Friday, February 7, 2014

Mainstreet's plans for the next three years will make the company one of the largest economic engines in the State, and one of the State's best growth stories.

Source: Mainstreet Property Group LLC

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