Healthcare: Centennial to build six-story, $26 million medical office building

by Dan Hieb for Nashville Business Journal

Centennial Medical Center will build a six-story, 148,000-square-foot medical office building on 23rd Avenue between Murphy and Leslie avenues.

The $26 million building is part of Centennial’s $143 million expansion project, which will add 51 licensed beds, four surgical suites and enhancements to the hospital’s heart and cancer centers.

Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors will build the office. Construction is expected to begin in January, and be complete by the end of 2011, according to Krinda Hie, the communications director for TriStar Health System.

“Centennial’s continued growth is fueling the need for additional medical office space on our campus,” Centennial chief operating officer Micki Slingerland said in a news release.

An elevated connector will link the medical office building to Centennial’s main tower, and to The Women’s Hospital.

Jim Smith and Rob Gage of Cassidy Turley are the leasing agents for the new medical office building. The building is also 30 percent pre-leased, Hie said.


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