A. T. Still University of Health Sciences (ATSU) has renewed 100,086 SF of office space across three buildings at Alter’s (AlterGroup.com) Arizona Health & Technology Park in Mesa, Ariz. The facilities are located at 5835, 5845 and 5855 East Still Circle within the 50-acre campus. Michael J. Alter, President of Alter, announced the expansion.
Featuring a spectrum of complex facilities, ranging from a nationally recognized university to medical office buildings to specialty hospitals to biomedical research-and-development facilities, the Arizona Health & Technology Park is an alliance between Alter and ATSU. The Park is located at Baseline and Recker Roads.
Kurt W. Rosene, Principal, Novo Development, represented Alter.
“ATSU is committed to continuing to educate healthcare providers in Mesa, Arizona,“ said ATSU President Craig M. Phelps, DO, ’84. “Alter is a pleasure to work with and is always responsive to ATSU community needs.”
Founded in 1892 and the country’s first osteopathic medical school, ATSU has grown into a leading graduate health education institution with residential campuses in Mesa and Kirksville, Mo., as well as a broad range of online programs. ATSU has a current enrollment of nearly 3,400 students and is comprised of six schools offering master’s degrees across allied health disciplines and doctorates in athletic training,
audiology, dental medicine, health administration, health education, health sciences, occupational therapy, osteopathic medicine, and physical therapy. In keeping with its nonprofit mission to care for those with little or no access to healthcare, ATSU trains students to work in rural, inner-city and other underserved communities.
Alter is one of the nation’s leading corporate real estate development firms. Founded by William A. Alter in 1955, the company has developed close to 100,000,000 SF of speculative projects for its own portfolio and build-to-suit facilities for corporate users. A winner of NAIOP’s National Developer of the Year award, the company has 2,500,000 SF of space under development in national markets. Alter’s Southwest developments include Riverwalk Arizona (www.riverwalkarizona.com), a 176-acre mixed-use business park in Scottsdale, AZ. One of the country’s largest developments on Native American land to date, Riverwalk Arizona will yield an estimated 1,500,000 SF of corporate office and retail space, and create up to 15,000 new jobs. Riverwalk Arizona is set on prime land owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community, home to the Pima and Maricopa Indians, descendants of the ancient Hohokam Indians. Information at www.altergroup.com.