On behalf of Seavest Healthcare Properties, development firm Daniel Corp. has broken ground on Grandview Medical Plaza II, a 144,000-square-foot medical office building on the Grandview Medical Center campus in Birmingham, Ala.
The development team, which also includes Brasfield & Gorrie, ESa Architecture and Schoel Engineering, plans to complete the project in early 2022.
The four-story, Class A outpatient facility will take shape on Grandview Parkway, adjacent to the existing eight-story, 208,000-square-foot Grandview Medical Plaza I, also owned by Seavest and developed by Daniel. The two buildings will be connected through a pedestrian bridge. Upon completion, Daniel Corp. will handle management and leasing at the property that already has Grandview Medical Center as an anchor tenant under a long-term lease.
Located within the 103-acre Cahaba Center at Grandview, the development site is some 9 miles southeast of downtown Birmingham alongside U.S. Highway 280.
In October, Seavest started construction on a 97,000-square-foot medical office building in Oxon Hill, Md., in partnership with Trammell Crow Co. and Adventist HealthCare. The facility is also slated for an early 2022 delivery.