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Hoag Health Center Irvine – San Canyon is composed of three, two-story, 50,000 square foot MOBs and a 7,200 square foot supporting retail space. Photo courtesy of PMB

California MOB overcomes obstacles

PMB successfully delivered four-building care center despite a challenging site

Facility name: Hoag Health Center Irvine – Sand Canyon
Address, City, State: 16105-16405 Sand Canyon Ave., Irvine, CA
Client: Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Product type: MOB with ambulatory surgery center (ASC)
Number of stories: Three two-story buildings and one one-story building
Square footage: 157,200
Site acreage: 12
Parking: 857 surface spaces, including 3 dual EV charging stations
Construction start date: January 2015
Construction complete date: July 2016
Cost: $58 million
Owner: Pacific Medical Buildings (PMB), San Diego, and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Major users/tenants: Hoag clinical institutes, ASC, cancer center, urgent care, lab, imaging
Developer: PMB
Architect: Taylor Design and Boulder Associates Architects
Contractor: Snyder Langston, Howard Building Corporation and DEB Construction
Lender: State Farm (construction and permanent loan)
Broker/leasing agent: HealthWest Realty Advisors
Property manager: California Commercial Real Estate Services (CCRES)
Asset manager: CCRES
Consultants: HB&A (construction management) and Altura Associates (LEED commissioning)

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian wanted to develop an outpatient facility adjacent to Hoag Hospital Irvine to meet the healthcare needs of the rapidly growing Irvine, Calif., area. Developer Pacific Medical Buildings (PMB) worked with Hoag to research strategic, high-visibility sites and settled on a 12-acre plot adjacent to the hospital that was leased from Southern California Edison.

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