Trilogy Health Services recently announced the opening of its latest Mainstreet-built facility in Richmond, Indiana, but the facility is different than any other the developer has built in recent years. Namely, it has no assisted living. Typically, Mainstreet facilities are known for their combination 70 skilled nursing (transitional care) beds and 30 assisted living units. And in the state of Indiana, according to our records, the average cost to build one of those facilities has been approximately $165,000 per unit, or $227 per square foot. We have to assume the Richmond facility will cost about the same, but will feature just 70 beds of skilled nursing/transitional care, though with all the Mainstreet bells and whistles, including a spa and pub. Trilogy will operate the facility, which is the company’s 98th in its portfolio.