New Medical Office Building to Break Ground as First Phase of Big NKU Development
A day after the new Health Innovation Center was dedicated on campus in a ceremony that included Governor Matt Bevin, Northern Kentucky University will celebrate a groundbreaking of another new development.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare, in partnership with NKU, OrthoCincy, the City of Highland Heights, Campbell County, and Fairmount Properties will break ground on its new 70,000-sq. ft. medical office building at the campus's main entrance along U.S. 27.
The medical office building is Phase I of the Town Center mixed-use project that will transform the gateway to NKU’s campus. Later phases will see development of restaurants, retail space, market-rate apartments, hotel, parking, and new public gathering spaces.
The new facility, located on the north side of Nunn Drive, will offer urgent care, primary care and specialty physicians, in addition to OrthoCincy’s onsite orthopaedic office, physical therapy, and other emergent orthopaedic services. It is scheduled to open in late summer 2019.
The groundbreaking event starts at 10 a.m.
This story will be updated.