Bringin’ down the house a sign of progress


The first step has taken place as HealthSource of Ohio makes moves to expand its presence in Wilmington. The house at 168 W. Main St. owned by the group was torn down this week in preparation of constructing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building plus a new parking lot at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street. The new facility will eventually replace the current facility, shown at back right in the photo.

The first step has taken place as HealthSource of Ohio makes moves to expand its presence in Wilmington. The house at 168 W. Main St. owned by the group was torn down this week in preparation of constructing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building plus a new parking lot at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street. The new facility will eventually replace the current facility, shown at back right in the photo.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The first step has taken place as HealthSource of Ohio makes moves to expand its presence in Wilmington. The house at 168 W. Main St. owned by the group was torn down this week in preparation of constructing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building plus a new parking lot at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street. The new facility will eventually replace the current facility, shown at back right in the photo.

The first step has taken place as HealthSource of Ohio makes moves to expand its presence in Wilmington. The house at 168 W. Main St. owned by the group was torn down this week in preparation of constructing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building plus a new parking lot at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street. The new facility will eventually replace the current facility, shown at back right in the photo.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/07/web1_house-razed-1.jpgThe first step has taken place as HealthSource of Ohio makes moves to expand its presence in Wilmington. The house at 168 W. Main St. owned by the group was torn down this week in preparation of constructing a new single-story, 8,400 square-foot medical office building plus a new parking lot at the corner of West Main Street and South Spring Street. The new facility will eventually replace the current facility, shown at back right in the photo. Tom Barr | News Journal