Healthcare Realty Trust has released an image for and will break ground this week on its 907-space parking garage to accommodate Midtown Medical Plaza I and II in Midtown.
In addition, the Nashville-based medical office real estate investment trust has released an image of the 10-story garage, to be located in the 2000 block of Hayes Street. Nashville-based Gresham Smith and Partners is handling design.
Carla Baca, HRT director of corporate communications, said GS&P has designed the garage to include a covered pedestrian bridge that will connect to the third floor of the medical plazas and, ultimately, to Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. If standing today, the garage likely would be one of the largest such facilities in Midtown.
An August 2016 completion is targeted.
Relatedly, Healthcare Realty Trust is undertaking an expansion, renovation and new construction on the aforementioned Midtown Medical Plaza I and II (which act as one building). The new construction will yield a building to sit at the southeast corner of the intersection of Church Street and 21st Avenue North a half block north of the parking garage. The site previously was home to a structure that housed, among others, Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital’s fitness center.
The two Midtown projects will carry a price tag of a collective approximately $50 million.
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(Image courtesy of HRT and GS&P)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has picked downtown-based architecture and engineering firm Gresham Smith and Partners — as well as peers from Dallas, Orlando and Columbus — to provide some interior design services over the next five years. The collective value of the contract with all four companies, which were chosen from 18 applicants, is $9 million.
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