Carmel-based Mainstreet is celebrating the opening of a new transitional care and senior living facility in Chesterton. The nearly $19 million Symphony of Chesterton will be operated by Illinois-based Symphony Post Acute Network.
Officials broke ground on the facility in May. It features over 100 beds and nearly 78,000 square feet, along with amenities such as a therapy gym, outdoor rehabilitation courtyard, game room, spa, movie theatre and an on-site chef.
"The innovative design and hospitality-oriented care of our Next Generation properties give aging Americans what they want today – more services, amenities and attention," said Zeke Turner, founder and CEO of Mainstreet. "Symphony of Chesterton is out latest commitment toward transforming the health care industry nationwide."
The project created 160 permanent jobs and 360 construction jobs.