Largest Indianapolis-Area Retirement Communities

Cullather, Sarah; Stacy, Terri
December 2003
Indianapolis Business Journal;2004 Book of Lists, Vol. 24 Issue 41, p226
Lists the largest Indianapolis-area retirement agencies as of July 16, 2003 ranked by independent-living units. Rank; Community name; Address; Contact information; Independent living units; Rental range; Lease length; Age; Minimum average; Amenities offered; Administrator; Owner; Renovations; Property acreage.


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