(Woodridge, Ill.) – Morgan / Harbour is pleased to announce the firm’s selection to construct the new 14,000 square foot core and shell, mixed-use medical office building at 751-755 N. York Road in Elmhurst, Illinois on behalf of the developer, MedProperties Group.
The structural steel and masonry building will sit on a one-acre site and be designated as an Edward-Elmhurst Health location. The new medical office structure is set for completion in winter 2017. Morgan/Harbour’s construction team will be led by Greg Lennartz as project manager and Jim Ritchey as project superintendent. Ware Malcomb is providing the architectural services.
Founded in 1994, MedProperties Group is an established medical real estate investment, development and operating platform based in Chicago. The team is comprised of senior real estate professionals with institutional backgrounds and healthcare provider experience. MedProperties Group targets acquisition, development and redevelopment investments in a variety of healthcare types with a focus on medical office, specialty facilities and life science properties in the Midwest.
About Morgan / Harbour Construction
Morgan / Harbour Construction, headquartered in Woodridge, Illinois, is a full-service design/build general contractor and construction manager specializing in both tenant improvements and ground-up construction for distribution/warehouse, food grade manufacturing, office, retail, medical/health, multi-use sports, data centers, and financial institution properties. The firm also has specialized capabilities in the planning and construction of business parks and infrastructure. With vast experience in complex projects, their team is dedicated to providing clients with the highest level of expertise, integrity and quality. Recent clients include White Oak Realty, Arden Realty, Inc., CenterPoint Properties, Pella Window, Bissell, Daltile, Comptia, Flavors of North America, The Village of Wheeling, and Corum Real Estate. For more information visit www.morganharbour.com.
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