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DALLAS — Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. has begun development of Baylor Cancer Center, a $154 million outpatient cancer treatment center located on the campus of Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. The 10-story, 460,000-square-foot facility will be situated at the corner of Hall and Worth streets. It will feature cancer treatment services, clinical and physician space, oncology research, conference facilities and 250 underground parking spaces. It is already 93 percent pre-leased to Baylor Health Care System and US Oncology. The project, which is scheduled to break ground in this quarter, will be seeking LEED-Silver certification. Upon completion in 2011, it will be owned by a joint venture between Duke and Northwestern Mutual. Northwestern Mutual will own a majority stake in the venture, with Duke receiving development and leasing fees during the development and construction process. BremnerDuke Healthcare Real Estate, a division of Duke Realty, will manage the property upon completion. New York-based Savills arranged the $154 million joint venture capitalization on behalf of Duke.

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