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CareSource is already planning to expand its footprint in downtown Dayton with the construction of a new, seven-story, office building, CareSource Center City. The new building will allow CareSource to create a walkable campus-like environment for employees within the core of downtown Dayton while accommodating the company’s unprecedented growth.
CareSource has experienced rapid growth in recent years due to the passing of the Affordable Care Act, the launch of the Ohio dual eligible program MyCare Ohio, and a continual increase in Medicaid business through expansion and opportunities in new states.
The resulting exponential growth in the health plan’s membership has led to an unprecedented rise in employment with CareSource welcoming more than 800 new employees, just in 2016.
To accommodate such growth, CareSource earlier this year moved more than 200 employees into the 30-story Kettering Tower downtown. The building’s owner renovated the third and fourth floors of the building at 40 North Main St. to accommodate CareSource’s employees.
Recently, the JobsOhio Independent Review Panel approved a $300,000 revitalization grant for the renovations at Kettering, which will be reimbursed to the property owner.