INDIANAPOLIS-Mainstreet, a developer and owner of small- to mid-size seniors housing complexes, is working on agreements to build four sites in the fourth quarter, and another 10 properties next year. The company added $100 million in new seniors housing this year.

Zeke Turner, chairman and CEO of the firm, tells that the company has closed or is closing on four properties in Springfield, IL; Wabash, IN; Mishawaka, IN and Westfield, IN. The properties will include a combination of skilled-nursing, assisted-living care and Alzheimer’s care. Each project is about $15 million, and each one has about 100 to 125 units, he says.

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