TriHealth’s New Ambulatory Center in Liberty Township Helps Jumpstart Mixed-Use Project

TriHealth acquired a 33-acre plot from Miller-Valentine Group for a new ambulatory care center.

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor

Liberty Township, Cincinnati
Liberty Township, Cincinnati

Cincinnati—At the northeast corner of Liberty Way and Cox Road, 90 acres of land will be developed into a massive mixed-use project having as anchor a new ambulatory care center. TriHealth has contracted with Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group to buy 33 acres of land at 8000 Liberty Way for the new ambulatory care center. The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

Miller-Valentine Group has 90 acres under contract at the location and hopes to close on the project by the first quarter of 2017. The site, formerly agricultural, has been owned by Hen-Jur LLC and controlled by Ford Development Corp. since 2002. The development company acquired the land in early 2015, which later was rezoned for office space.

“This new facility will make it easier for our growing physician community in Liberty Township, West Chester and surrounding areas to provide a broad range of health services in one location convenient for area residents,” Mark Clement, president & CEO of TriHealth, said in a prepared statement.

“We will be able to integrate and expand a number of physician and ambulatory services, now at various locations in the area, into a single, multi-specialty campus offering the best care and service available. This is an important step in meeting the needs of patients in the Butler and Warren communities who are increasingly turning to TriHealth for their care,” he added.

Specific details about the medical building will be released later this summer.

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