Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House Held to Commemorate Delivery
WASHINGTON, DC, January 28, 2019 – Cushman & Wakefield, in partnership with Quality Healthtech Solutions, Trammell Crow Co. and Meadow Partners, announces the debut of The Medical Pavilion at National Harbor, a 95,000-square-foot, Class A medical office building serving National Harbor, a more than 300-acre master-planned community in Prince Georges County, MD. The pavilion’s completion was commemorated with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on January 16th. Attendees included Prince Georges County officials such as David Iannucci, President and CEO of the Economic Development Corporation, physician tenants of the building, and members of the region’s healthcare and commercial real estate community.
“We are thrilled with the caliber of healthcare providers that have selected The Medical Pavilion as their newest location, and excited to offer them an unrivaled platform to grow their practices,” commented Terrence Fullum, MD, President and CEO of Quality Healthtech Solutions.
“With the majority of Prince Georges County residents currently receiving their healthcare outside of the county, The Medical Pavilion is strategically positioned to meet a pent-up demand for a high-quality patient experience within the community,” said Eric Fischer, Managing Director with Trammell Crow Companies.
The Medical Pavilion at National Harbor offers front desk concierge and security, valet parking, covered patient drop-off, and high-end finishes throughout. It currently has 30,000 square feet of availability after a successful preleasing program that attracted tenants including a regional hospital system, ambulatory surgery center, primary care, and several specialists including orthopedics, radiology and dermatology.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Matt Sullivan, Lindsey Groom and Kirsten Ryan lead leasing efforts for the property, which is located at 201 National Harbor Boulevard. Cushman & Wakefield manages the building as well.
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