Miller Construction Company has launched construction of the 43,264- square-foot third phase of Lake Whitney Medical and Professional Campus in St. Lucie West for owner Willard Development.
Construction of two mirror-image office buildings at 291 and 293 N.W. Peacock Boulevard is underway within the 15-acre lakefront business campus. The two-story, reinforced concrete and structural steel buildings will each provide 21,632 square feet of space.
Completion is scheduled for December, according to Miller Construction Company Sr. Vice President Brian Sudduth.
Geared for healthcare and professional office uses, suites ranging from 1,133 square feet are available, with Tom Robertson, principal of CRE Florida Partners and Rauch, Lupo, Robertson & Co., handling the leasing. Robertson has been representing the Lake Whitney property since 2006.
Lake Whitney Medical and Professional Campus’ first two phases are fully occupied by companies including WellMed, Kindred Health Care, Nurse on Call, Spine and Sport Rehab Institute, the Florida Department of Education and E/G of Florida Insurance and Risk Management. Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) has leased one of the two buildings currently under construction, for physician offices and medical specialty services.Geared for healthcare and professional office uses, suites ranging from 1,133 square feet are available, with Tom Robertson, principal of CRE Florida Partners and Rauch, Lupo, Robertson & Co., handling the leasing. Robertson has been representing the Lake Whitney property since 2006.
Located in the heart of St. Lucie West’s retail, restaurant and entertainment district, the business campus offers direct access to and from St. Lucie West Boulevard, I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike. The site is close to Martin Health System’s Tradition Medical Center, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute and St. Lucie Medical Center.
In June, Nashville, Tennessee-based Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), a for-profit operator of health care facilities and largest such operator in the world, and Brookdale Corp., which merged with “Nurse On Call,” which provides home healthcare solutions through skilled nursing and rehabilitation. announced leases at the new, state-of-the-art, medical buildings.