Holladay Properties to provide services for new medical office development at Orange Park Medical Center
60,000 SF medical office building planned for the third quarter of 2022
Holladay Properties has been engaged to provide brokerage and management services for a new 60,000 square foot medical office development at 2001 Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park, FL. The new medical office building, scheduled for occupancy in the third quarter of 2022, is a three-story Class A facility and will be located on the East side of Orange Park Medical Center campus.
“This on-campus development represents an investment in the high-quality, comprehensive specialty care that we are committed to providing our community,” says Orange Park Medical Center CEO, Lisa Valentine. “It will allow physician practices to work close to our hospital, thereby improving their efficiency and partnership in care. By providing additional physician office space, we are advancing our commitment to the community which marks another milestone in our desire to bring more resources close to home for families seeking medical care.”
The campus at Orange Park Medical Center is currently undergoing a $126 million expansion, including a new 48-bed patient care tower. The new building will allow practice groups to expand their presence on campus. Currently, the building is 48% preleased, with a significant commitment from one of the nation’s largest providers of healthcare services, HCA Healthcare.
On campus medical office space helps patients find treatment close to the hospital and their doctors. Testing, such as imaging, MRIs, and other lab work can all be done in close proximity with results processed faster for ease in treatment/patient care. This project will relieve some of that pressure for groups trying to find or expand their space and will complement Orange Park Medical Center’s expansion.