Lights are on again
BY MARTIN ZABELL
GARY n Developers who proposed converting the
shuttered Sheraton Hotel
into a senior housing project and an office/retail complex revealed
details of their plan shortly after a news conference on Thursday.
The plan includes 120 apartments for independent
apartments for seniors who need assisted living care, 10 condominiums
for anyone who wants to live at the Sheraton, and two floors of
businesses, including medical offices and retail stores.
on the project is scheduled to begin in the fall and seniors are
expected to be able to move into the renovated ex-hotel in the summer
of 2008, said architect Phillip Kupritz and senior housing developer