Fairmount Properties, Northern Kentucky University Break Ground on Medical Office Building

by Amy Works

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, KY. — Fairmount Properties has broken ground on St. Elizabeth Medical Office building at the main entrance to Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights. Fairmount is developing the property in partnership with Northern Kentucky University, St. Elizabeth Healthcare, OrthoCincy, the City of Highland Heights and Campbell County. The project team includes Bialosky, Casler Design Group, Danis, The Kleinger Group, KLH Engineers, Realm Collaborative and THP Limited.

Located on Nunn Drive, the 65,000-square-foot facility will offer urgent care, primary care and specialty physicians space, as well as OrthoCincy’s on-site orthopaedical office, physical therapy and other orthopaedical services. The facility is slated to open in early 2020.

The medical office is the first phase of a more than $100 million NKU Gateway mixed-use development. Upon complete build-out, the property will include restaurants, retail space, market-rate apartments, a hotel, parking and new public gathering spaces.

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