Boutique metro Phoenix brokerage firm Citywide Commercial has completed a 56,000-square-foot lease renewal that keeps District Medical Group’s (DMG) Children’s Rehabilitative Services at Park Central, a rapidly emerging hub for medical education and services in Phoenix’s midtown submarket.
The lease will extend DMG’s presence at Park Central for 10 years and continue its participation in the revitalization of Park Central – an effort directed by Plaza Companies and Holualoa Companies to transform the city’s first large-scale mall into an almost 500,000-square-foot mixed-use project.
Most recently, this transformation has included a strong medical focus with the groundbreaking of a new $100 million Creighton University health sciences campus, able to support nearly 900 students, and activity by the Creighton University Arizona Health Education Alliance. Supported by Creighton University, Dignity Health, Valleywise Health (formerly Maricopa Integrated Health System) and DMG, the Alliance is based out of Park Central and focuses on expanding physician education and training in the Valley.
“Park Central is quickly becoming a major new medical hub in Phoenix, both for education and for patient services,” said Citywide Commercial Senior Vice President Bo Sederstrom, who represented DMG in their lease negotiations. “This is great news for Phoenix, which consistently ranks as one of the fastest-growing populations in the nation. Groups like DMG will help us to keep pace with that growth and the associated rise in demand for quality medical care.”
DMG Children’s Rehabilitative Services is the only multi-specialty interdisciplinary clinic in Maricopa County providing care to Arizona children with special needs. Located at 3141 N. 3rd Ave. in Phoenix, on the southwest corner of Central Avenue and Osborn Road, the office serves infants through age 21 with over 85