WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - For about a month residents have been living at Faith West in West Lafayette, but on Sunday the community was welcomed to look around.
The faith-based residential community center held its grand opening Sunday afternoon. Faith leaders, city officials and neighbors spoke at the ceremony. Everyone was invited to go on a tour.
Faith West Pastor Joshua Greiner said the facility includes 39 apartments, a preschool, fitness center and lounge.
Greiner wants Faith West neighbors to know what the center is all about.
"It's great to see the neighborhood coming out in force to try to find out what the place looks like," Greiner said. "For a year they watched it being built. We've had all kinds of neighbors coming through asking 'can we see an apartment?' Can we get a tour?'"
Faith West is 100 percent full for the 2013-2014 school year.
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