San Diego health care developer considers 25 acres of Northland property
A San Diego real estate firm is in talks with Southfield officials on a potential deal to redevelop about a fifth of the 125-acre Northland Center site in Southfield.
Pacific Medical Buildings is looking to partner with various local entities to build what it calls a “mega-outpatient community” on the northeast end of the property, Vice President of Development Ben Rosenfeld told Crain’s. The vision includes urgent care, medical fitness and other health care space.
Rosenfeld named Providence-Providence Park Southfield hospital, which is the largest employer in the city, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Lawrence Technological University and Oakland Community College among organizations that PMB has contacted to collaborate on the complex.
When asked about the proposed development, Ascension Health, the national nonprofit hospital chain based in St. Louis that owns the St. John Providence Health System, said in an email: “We are working closely with the city of Southfield as they look to develop portions of the former Northland mall property bordering Providence-Providence Park Hospital. It is our goal, and that of the city, to create a development which allows us to enhance our compassionate and personalized care to the community.”
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