Minnesota Autism Center to Expand Campus by 20,000 SF in Eagan

A new, 20,000-square-foot building will expand MAC to a three-building campus.

EAGAN, MINN. — Minnesota Autism Center (MAC) has unveiled plans to expand its campus in Eagan by adding a new, 20,000-square-foot building. Peter Fitzgerald of Cushman & Wakefield represented the nonprofit organization in its purchase of nearly four acres adjacent to the current campus. Minneapolis-based Ryan Cos. US Inc. will construct the new building, and RSP Architects (RSP) will serve as architect. Cushman & Wakefield, Ryan Cos., RSP and several subcontractors have contributed various donations to support the newest development within MAC’s therapy campus, which will now include three buildings offering a variety of specialized autism services. Ryan Cos. broke ground on the new building in June, with completion slated for the end of the year. The original, 38,000-square-foot MAC opened in 2007.

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