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Residences at Coffee Creek holds ribbon cutting ceremony now open

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Residences at Coffee Creek recently celebrated its grand opening and ribbon-cutting with a holiday-themed event attracting more than 400 community members.

The 112-unit state-of-the-art senior living community is now open and welcoming new residents.

The grand opening featured chef-prepared hors d’oeuvres and desserts, a live big-band performance, local wine pouring from Running Vines Winery with signature cocktails, an interactive photobooth, and guided tours of the new community. It also featured a live casino where attendees could play their luck for free and cash in their tickets for a chance to win luxury gift baskets and gift certificates to local businesses. Lively holiday music filled the building as guests took advantage of the festivities and toured the community’s luxurious amenities.

“This is a day that we’ve been long awaiting and it’s finally here,” said Kaitlynn Redmon, executive director for Residences at Coffee Creek. “We’re extremely proud of our team here who has been working diligently to prepare for our opening. We are not only celebrating the opening of our community but are celebrating all the new memories our residents will make here.”

The facility is located at the heart of the Coffee Creek Watershed Preserve. “Residences at Coffee Creek is already like family to us,” said Katie Rizer, executive director of the Conservancy. “We’ve been waiting for some great neighbors, and we couldn’t have asked for a better fit. The residents here not only have this beautiful building to call home, but they also have a 157-acre backyard to call their own.”

Members of the Duneland Chamber of Commerce and the Chesterton Town Council also attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

For more information about the senior living community and establishing residency, please visit their website at




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