Silver Cross Hospital Partners with HSA PrimeCare to Develop 30,000 SF On-Campus Business Center
June 25, 2014

Dan Miranda, president of HSA Commercial Real Estate, and John Wilson, president of HSA PrimeCare, announced today that Silver Cross Hospital has selected HSA PrimeCare to develop a business center to be located on the east side of the hospital campus at the intersection of Silver Cross Drive and Cedar Crossings Drive in New Lenox, Ill. The two-level, 30,000-square-foot facility will offer the hospital’s growing staff of employees a comfortable working environment within a short walk to each of the medical campus’ numerous facilities. HSA PrimeCare plans to break ground in July 2014, and projected occupancy for the building is January 2015.

HSA PrimeCare first partnered with Silver Cross Hospital in 2008 to develop and manage the two-story, 56,000-square-foot medical office building that includes the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago physician offices, Silver Cross Center for Women’s Health, and Hinsdale Orthopaedics as prime tenants. In 2011, Silver Cross Hospital again selected HSA PrimeCare for the development of a state-of-the-art, 22,500-square-foot cancer center operated by Silver Cross Hospital and University of Chicago Medicine.

“With the rapid growth in staff and services at Silver Cross Hospital, an on-campus office building has become an absolute necessity to give the hospital’s team of professionals a convenient and secure space in which to work,” said Dan Miranda. “We at HSA are pleased to be able to assist with the campus’ strategic growth and to continue building on our long-standing partnership with Silver Cross.”

Itasca, Ill.-based Premier Design + Build will serve as the project’s general contractor, and Partners in Design Architects with offices in Riverwoods, Ill. and Kenosha, Wis. is responsible for the design services.

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