An east central Indiana nonprofit that provides services to people with disabilities and their families is expanding. Muncie officials say Hillcroft Services Inc.'s $7.5 million investment will create about 100 jobs.

May 7, 2015

News Release

MUNCIE, Ind. – Hillcroft Services, along with the City of Muncie, the Muncie Redevelopment Commission and the Economic Development Alliance announced Wednesday a partnership that will allow Hillcroft Services to expand and consolidate their current operations to the Airpark West shell building. This investment will be $7.5 million and will include the creation of at least 100 new jobs. Currently, Hillcroft has locations throughout Muncie. The recent expansion of and existing building workshop for Hillcroft to become the ABA Clinic for Autism in the Airport West location and the purchase of land west of the ABA Clinic made for a perfect opportunity for Hillcroft to work with the City of Muncie to partner in the purchase of the shell building located west of both the land and the ABA Clinic.

“This is a great partnership and will allow for a fantastic campus setting for an organization that has been a part of Muncie for decades and will advance the opportunity for citizens with special needs,” stated Mayor Tyler.

The project is expected to begin this summer with a completion date sometime in 2017.

Sources: Todd Donati, Muncie Redevelopment Commission, City of Muncie

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