2018 INALA Award Winners Announced

The Indiana Assisted Living Association hosted its annual Awards Lunch and Business meeting on September 24, 2018 in conjunction with the 2018 Fall Conference. Twelve awards in eleven different categories were awarded.

Developer Proposes 300-Unit, 15-Building Apartment Complex in Noblesville

A developer has plans to build a 300-unit apartment complex on land in Noblesville that was first approved for multifamily development a decade ago.

$30M Senior Community Coming to Carmel

Senior housing experts Justus Rental Properties, Inc. revealed today a new brand of luxury apartments to their senior living portfolio.

Facility Helps Fill Housing Void for Aging Baby Boomer Population

The assisted living center years in the making opened to residents Wednesday, Jan. 17. Already, half of the 98 units have been reserved. The facility is one of two senior living housing developments to open in Hancock County in as many years.

Construction Coming —Apartment Complex to Be Built in Business District

A new apartment complex featuring amenities that encourage healthy living — including bike and walking paths and a community garden — is coming to Greenfield.

Options for Aging

She’s known around Hancock County as the horse lady. Since 1959, Rosie Faut has been working with young women, teaching them all she knows about horses on her farm in New Palestine. At 86, Faut admits she’s slowing down some, but she’s not quite ready to head to a nursing home just yet.

The Excitement is Building!

The Justus Family of Companies is delighted to announce all necessary approvals have been obtained to begin construction of Woodland Terrace of New Palestine.

Bridgewater Apartments Capitalizes on Trend Toward “Renter’s by Choice”

The Justus Family of Companies is proud to announce the grand opening of The Bridgewater Apartments.

Smoke-Free Apartments at Bridgewater

Indianapolis based Justus Rental Properties, Inc. announces Bridgewater Apartments is now accepting reservations for smoke-free apartments.

Abatement Approved for Senior Complex

By a vote of 2-1, the three members of the New Palestine Town Council this week approved a five-year tax abatement for a $15 million complex of assisted-living units and cottages for senior citizens just west of town.