October 30, 2014

Non-Profits

Economic Boost

Non-profits are providing a needed construction boost -- $42.55 million on four projects -- in northern Treasure Coast counties.

| 12/1/2010

Non-profits are providing a needed construction boost — $42.55 million on four projects — in northern Treasure Coast counties.

Kane Senior Center in Hobe Sound
Kane Senior Center in Hobe Sound

» The Council on Aging of Martin County is building the $15-million Kane Senior Center in Hobe Sound.

» Community mental health organization New Horizons of the Treasure Coast is completing the $4.8-million Frances Langford Center for Children crisis unit in Fort Pierce.

» Treasure Coast Hospice will open its $4.75 million counseling center in Fort Pierce early next year.

» The Elliott Museum is building an $18-million history museum in Stuart.

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