450,000 SQUARE FOOT OUTPATIENT FACILITY TO CONNECT TO DALLAS HOSPITAL
By John Mugford
They do things big in Texas, and Baylor University Medical Center’s future cancer center planned for Dallas is a good example. The project, which would entail both a new 450,000 square foot outpatient cancer facility as well as an addition to Baylor’s inpatient cancer hospital, has a total price tag of $350 million.
According to local news reports, the developer of the outpatient cancer facility is Indianapolis-based BremnerDuke Healthcare Real Estate, a division of Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE). According to local media, BremnerDuke, which has an office in Dallas, would develop, own and market the facility to potential tenants.
Much of the space would be leased to Baylor Medical Center, a 1,002-bed not-for-profit that’s part of Dallas-based Baylor Health Care System. The Baylor system has 15 owned, leased or affiliated hospitals in North Texas with a total of 2,956 licensed beds.
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