February 04, 2013
An architectural rendering of John C. Lincoln's Sonoran Health and Emergency Center, which is targeted for completion in 2013.
Ground has been broken for construction of John C. Lincoln's $18 million Sonoran Health and Emergency Center, situated on 22 acres near I-17 and Carefree Highway, in Phoenix.
The first buildings on the site, an emergency department and diagnostic imaging service center plus a medical offices building, make up the first phase of construction that is targeted for completion in 2013. The first phase was designed by Devenny Group Ltd. and is being built by DPR Construction on land acquired from Macerich and Westcor for $5.6 million.
Depending on population growth and demand, a 120-bed hospital is planned for the site as a future response to the market. The seller has started construction of road and water infrastructure to accommodate development of the emergency center, diagnostic imaging and medical offices building.
Macerich has plans for the 55 acres of the site it still owns. It expects to mix medical offices and retail developments along the I-17 frontage road with up to eight car dealerships.
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