Former Westchester General Hospital to Open Outpost Nearby

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Keralty Hospital Miami, formerly known as Westchester General Hospital, is opening a 13,800-square-foot offshoot 2 miles away. 

The hospital inked a lease at MedSquare Place, a newly completed medical office development in Westchester, 10 miles west of Miami, according to CBRE, which represented the landlord, a joint venture between AJP Ventures and Mas Group.

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The location, which will open next year, will house an imaging center as well as parts of the cardiology and gastroenterology departments.

The deal comes six months after Keralty SAS, a Colombian health care company, bought the 78,000-square-foot hospital, whose property at 2500 SW 75th Avenue also boasts 248,000 square feet of parking and undeveloped land.

Keralty Hospital’s lease brings the 37,000-square-foot development to full occupancy, according to CBRE’s Gordon Messinger

Other tenants at the site include Optum Care, which will open an 18,000-square-foot clinic this month, and First Choice Dental Implant Centers, which is leasing 2,850 square feet. 

The development, which opened this year, is located a block from 87th Avenue at 9101 SW 24th Street.

RIPCO’s Justin Berryman, who represented the tenant, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  

Julia Echikson can be reached at jechikson@commercialobserver.com.