A retirement community in Centerville is planning a $42 million construction project to upgrade its facilities, according to City Planner Andrew Rodney.
Bethany Lutheran Village, a continuing care retirement community that offers assisted living and housing for residents, is looking to rebuild a wing of its existing complex at 6443 Bethany Village Dr., as well as make improvements to existing parts of the building.
The new wing will replace the Arbor assisted living wing and convert 36 assisted living units to 35 assisted living memory care units. Construction of a new building to house 74 new assisted living units is also included in the plans.
A new activity room, renovated kitchen, dining area and other improvements are to be part of the expansion, according to an emergency resolution passed by Centerville city council Monday.
Bethany Lutheran Village offers various services for residents including assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, long-term care and memory supportive care on their 100-acre campus.
A construction timeline was immediately available.
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