Frankfort Senior Community Gets Makeover

Published in Inside Indiana Business
July 21, 2016

FRANKFORT – A large retirement community in Frankfort has kicked off a $575,000 round of improvements. The project includes renovations to three areas of the 83-acre property and the demolition of two buildings to make way for green space.

Wesley Manor is owned by Indianapolis-based nonprofit BHI Senior Living Inc., which says the work will involve 10 village homes, 10 independent and assisted-living apartments and the health center’s rehabilitation wing. Twelve units the organization has deemed “no longer marketable” have been taken down.

Executive Director Kevin Ward says “after the project is completed, Wesley Manor will have a lot more curb appeal.” He adds “our partnership with BHI has made us financially stronger, which in turn, has allowed us to focus on updating the campus and ensure our current and future residents have a nice place to live.”
Wesley Manor became a BHI affiliate in January. The company also has communities in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Columbus.