It’s all about leadership, and The Green House is honored to work with wise leaders who exude such a presence of belief and trust in the culture that they are helping to shape. Check out these short interview that delve into the unique journeys of Southern Administrative Services, and Clark Lindsey, as they discuss the business and operational value of working with The Green House Project.
“The business model of The Green House model is self evident… It’s where people want to be. Rather than spending your money on an intense marketing campaign to promote your business, why not create something that attracts everyone.” – John Ponthie, Southern Administrative Services
Two of the homes will be skilled nursing, with the third home dedicated to short-term rehabilitation.
The homes were developed by Blue Diamond Communities, an organization that prides itself on building homes to serve all ages.
Tonya Detweiler is the president of the company—which she founded five years ago. The Green House homes are part of Maplewood Estates and perfectly blend into the community. Tonya says building the homes was really a dream for the organization for a number of years because seldom do people WANT to move to a nursing home, however she believes The Green House Village of Goshen will change that image for many people in Indiana.
The subdivision is 16 acres and in addition to the Green House homes, there will be 25 other private homes in the development. It’s a wonderful setting for the 48 elders who will live in the Green House homes, they will be part of an inter-generational neighborhood and a vibrant part of the community.