Ribbon cutting marks Grand Opening for ‘Saint Katharina Kasper Serenity Place’ in Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, Ind. (WNDU) - An affordable, low income apartment option has opened in Plymouth.
With a partnership of R. Yoder Construction, Bradley Company, and Garden Court Apartments, as well as the contribution of many donors and financial supporters, Saint Katharina Kasper Serenity Place has finally been completed.
The apartment complex was created to help tackle the issue of homelessness in Marshall County.
According to Plymouth’s Mayor, Mark Senter, it was a project that had been in the works since 2016.
“Some people were not for this at all. Some people think this is a homeless shelter, and that’s not what this is. This is permanent. Permanent supported by many groups in this building today, the Bowen Center included, and the hospital system, and the city of Plymouth, this’ll be monitored, and people will have to apply to live here,” Senter said, telling 16 News Now that families are expected to move in soon.
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