Construction on $42M Centerville retirement facility to begin Tuesday

A view of the Park Ridge Place apartments on the Bethany Village campus. LISA POWELL / STAFF
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A view of the Park Ridge Place apartments on the Bethany Village campus. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Bethany Lutheran Village, a continuing care retirement community in Centerville, will begin construction next week on a new $42 million assisted living wing at its facility.

RELATED: Construction on $42M Bethany Village project to begin by summer

The community will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, July 11, at 3 p.m. for the construction of its new 74-unit assisted living building called Crescent Crossing.

The 90,000-square-foot building will also house a theater, chapel, gathering spaces, a fitness center and more.

This is the first major construction at Bethany Village in a decade, according to a news release from the retirement community. The project is said to create 50 new jobs at the facility.

Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.

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