the village of st. mary's
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The Sisters of the Most Precious Blood, after a long, careful and collaborative process with McEagle Properties, have developed a plan for their 42-acre Motherhouse site on North Main Street in O’Fallon, Missouri. The project is intended to breathe new life into part of their existing campus, to extend care for the Sisters, and provide services and housing for seniors in the area. The project is slated to begin in September and should be completed in 2011.
The development will be called the Village of St. Mary’s and will be comprised of two components: a continuing care retirement community and a mixed-use development. In addition, the project will include updates to the existing buildings on the campus.
The retirement community portion will be known as Theresa Center, named for the order’s Foundress, Theresa Weber. This part of the project will provide three types of senior living:
- senior apartments
- assisted living
- skilled care
The remainder of the site will include single family villas and homes available for purchase as well as a portion of mixed-use development to include services, such as retail and small businesses, which will generate taxes that will go back into the O’Fallon community.
“Seeking historic designation of our buildings acknowledges that our history as Sisters of the Most Precious Blood is engrained in the very walls of these buildings and at this site. Even more, historic designation stirs a desire to commit ourselves anew to a future that will serve others in this space we now call ‘home,’” said Sister Mary Whited, the congregational leader.
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