A 109-acre sports complex and a range of other retail and commercial development are also to be built on the land around Otterbein’s main retirement campus and headquarters, west of Lebanon. The land is part of more than 4,000 acres once part of the Union Village inhabited by the Shakers, a religious community, into the late 1800’s.
“It’s a nice way to do something unique and special,” said Jill Wilson, who heads Otterbein, a non-profit retirement community provider based in Warren County.
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