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New Tucson Transitional, Acute Care Facility

Courtesy of City of Tucson

By Matthew Roy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

An Indiana-based developer of healthcare projects is seeking to rezone 8.5 acres of land from education uses to medical services uses. If approved, Mainstreet Property Group will build the Mainstreet Health and Wellness Suites at the NEC of East Pima Street and North Rosemont Boulevard in Tucson.

The new building will encompass 68KSF of space, to create a transitional care center to provide therapy and post-acute care for patients following surgery or injury. Lot 1 will include the 47.3KSF transitional care center, providing extended services to 70 beds.

The Lot 1 building will feature a 20’-6” parapet and a 28’ tower feature. At the corners of the building will be landscaped rainwater harvesting basins. Inset into the outside of the north and south elevations, large courtyards will create beautiful areas for a building entryway, rehab area, dining area and a putting green. The building will be encircled by a ring road with outdoor parking and access drives along both East Pima and North Rosemont.

A future construction phase will include Lot 2 (14KSF) and Lot 3 (15KSF), which will house outpatient medical services. No GC or timeline information was provided with the submittal.


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1 Comment on New Tucson Transitional, Acute Care Facility

  1. Carmen Griswold // December 11, 2017 at 10:56 am // Reply

    when this be open for business..The tansitional Acute Facility care in Tucson…? thank you

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