Frontdoor Donates American Home Shield Carroll

Frontdoor, Inc., the nation's leading provider of home service plans, donated its office building in Carroll, Iowa to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The transfer was effective January 16, 2024.

posted on 1/23/2024 in Press Releases

The donated building, located at 1524 US-30 in Carroll, is approximately 43,000 square feet. The property was recently appraised at a value of $2.1 million. Frontdoor has used it as office space for its approximately 150 Carroll-based associates since 1990. St. Anthony is currently evaluating the building space and through their strategic planning process will determine what services will be accompanying the building in the coming months.

“We’re delighted to donate this building to such a great organization. Like Frontdoor, St. Anthony has a long history in Carroll and is a big part of the community. We know they will put this space to good use as they expand services in the area,” said Bill Cobb, Frontdoor, Inc.’s chairman and chief executive officer.

“On behalf of St. Anthony, we extend our deepest gratitude to Frontdoor for their generous donation of the property and office building located in Carroll,” said Allen Anderson, president and chief executive officer at St. Anthony. “St. Anthony has a tradition of caring for the Carroll community, and we can continue to build on that with this donation.”

Even though it donated the building, Evan Iverson, Frontdoor’s chief operating officer and a Carroll native, reiterated Frontdoor’s continuing presence in the community.

“Our team in Carroll is very strong and remains a firm part of this close-knit community. It was one of our associates in Carroll who proposed the idea of donating the building to St. Anthony. That says much about how our team feels about this community and we couldn’t be happier that this space will continue to benefit the people of Carroll and surrounding communities,” Iverson said.

Iverson represented Frontdoor at a ceremony in the building January 18 in which he presented Anderson, the St. Anthony CEO, with a plaque that reads, “This building, the former home of American Home Shield in Carroll, was gifted to St. Anthony Regional Hospital in January 2024 as an enduring reminder of American Home Shield’s commitment to the Carroll community.”