St. Joseph's Hospital Redevelopment

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  • The Lofts at St. Joseph's
    Wednesday, February 03, 2016
    Miller-Valentine Group and TRI-CAP are proud to announce the development of the Lofts at St. Joseph's; an apartment home community designed exclusively for adults 55 and over, located at 1900 Medical Arts Boulevard, at the site of the former S...

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Project 1

Stellar Activities

The campus of the former St. Joseph's Hospital will be revitalized in three ways:

1. Senior Living Apartments:

  • The north and west wings of the main building will become independent living senior housing for residents 55 and over
  • Over 30,000 square feet will be renovated into 25 one- and two-bedroom apartments
  • A 27,000 square foot addition will be constructed on the north side to provide an additional 20 units 

Ready to Proceed

  • Developer has received tax credits from IHCDA
  • Designs have been developed
  • Project is scheduled to go to bid in Fall 2014

2. Redevelopment of Existing Structures 

  • The south end of the former hospital and adjacent buildings will be targeted to provide community health care

Ready to Proceed

  • Community partner owns the property
  • City incentives are in place to attract investment 

3. Senior Citizens Center

  • An unused building will be re-purposed, allowing expansion of services to a growing senior population
  • The facility will be near the new senior apartments
  • The facility would provide improved ADA access to senior programs
  • Moving the Senior Center from the Old Town Hall will allow better use of this historic structure 

Ready to Proceed

  • Developer has received tax credits from IHCDA
  • Designs have been developed
  • Project is scheduled to go to bid in Fall 2014

 

Project "Before" Photos

Before Photos - 1. Hospital Property Redevelopment

 

Before Photos - 1. Senior Citizens Center

 *For a current project status update, please see the "Quarterly Updates" section under "Topics of Interest."