Medical Facility to Transform Downtown Winter Haven Site

This 22,404 square foot building is a two story medical office building to be constructed along U.S. 17 just north of Central Avenue on what was formerly the drive thru teller windows for Bank of America some 10 years ago. The facility was developed as a design build project with Straughn Trout Architects,LLC and Rodda construction and will include 8,225 sq. ft. first floor Pediatrics; 7,826 sq. ft. second floor Urgent Care and 4,892 sq. ft. of future lease space.  Groundbreaking ceremonies will take place on Monday, April 16, 2012.

This facility will be a major upgrade for U.S. 17 frontage in Winter Haven and is affiliated with Pediatric Partners of Winter Haven.

Healthcare services are one of Winter Haven and Polk County’s leading business sectors.

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4 Responses to Medical Facility to Transform Downtown Winter Haven Site

  1. Allen Wyatt says:

    This is great news. Improving the drive-through property with a handsome new building is a great asset for down town Winter Haven. And it should be an excellent location for Pediatric Partners.

  2. Joe Bogdahn says:

    What a teriffic addition to downtown! Great to see such an improvement to a significant piece of real estate!

  3. Joe Braddy says:

    This is great news — and great future use of a piece of property that has needed some serious attention. It’s always good to see vacant commercial property within the city limits brought back to life with good and viable development. Congratulations to all the parties involved. And good luck!

  4. This will also increase downtown traffic bringing more customers to our hometown businesses! Great news for all of us!

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