Check Out The $25 million Medical Project Coming To South Lansing
2021 is behind us and although we were sad to see some restaurants and businesses go, there were plenty of new ones opening up, and a lot of remodeling, renovations, and improvements that came to the Lansing area.
Many hotels and apartment complexes were built and upgraded as well. The Lansing area continues to grow especially downtown.
Well, here is another big project on the way in Lansing, MSU Health Care, McLaren Greater Lansing, Gillespie Group and the MSU Foundation just recently broke ground on a new whopping $25 million medical center in south Lansing according to fox47news.com.
This Will Be A Huge Medical Addition To Lansing
Yep, this will be the biggest addition to the facility with a new outpatient imaging center.
This will definitely be a growth engine in south Lansing and southeast part of Lansing, that will be an incredible asset for our city," said Lansing Mayor Andy Schor. The medical services building will expand the new McLaren health care campus that will open in March. The $600 million campus, located in the University Health Park, will feature an acute care hospital, a cancer center and the newly added medical services center.
It will be huge and about 60,000 square feet, all part of McLaren and MSU Health Care. A big plus will be a diagnostic imaging care center, and there is more news coming in early 2022.
So the building is owned by MSU basketball coach Tom Izzo and his wife Lupe, Stephen Wickens, the president of Wickens Group, and developer Pat Gillespie.
For More Information
If you would like details and more information about the medical services check out medicalservicebuilding2.com.