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Enlivant acquires Indiana Senior Communities

Posted: Friday, June 30, 2017

Inside INdiana Business

Chicago-based Enlivant, the owner of Tipton Place in Huntington, is growing its footprint in the Midwest. The senior care services provider has acquired three senior living communities in Elkhart, Fort Wayne and Madison, as well as a facility in Denison, Iowa. Their website is

Financial details of the acquisitions were not disclosed. A spokesperson for Enlivant tells Inside INdiana Business there are no plans for any layoffs and the company is looking to fill all current openings. The communities acquired by Enlivant include: Elkhart Place (formerly Beardsley House), 2024 County Road 24, Elkhart; Chapman Place (formerly Harbour Assisted Living), 3110 Coliseum Blvd. East, Fort Wayne; Jewel Place (formerly Jewel House), 607 Virginia Ave., Madison and Reed Place (formerly Reed House), 2506 3rd Ave. North, Denison, Iowa.

“We are thrilled to expand our presence in these two great states and are proud that we can provide quality care and a safe environment for more of our nation’s aging population,” said Jack Callison, chief executive officer of Enlivant. “As the senior population continues to grow nationwide, our compassionate staff is dedicated to providing the highest level of resident care possible and finding personal and meaningful ways to connect with residents, allowing them to thrive.”

The acquisitions will bring the Enlivant total of senior living facilities in Indiana to 29.