An independent investor has selected CASE Commercial Real Estate Partners to lease and manage a 139,400-square-foot former hospital and five medical office buildings that total 56,834 square feet in Mesquite. The campus sits on 11 acres along Interstate 30.
The vacant hospital was built in 1977 and expanded in 1987, 1994, and 2005. The freestanding medical office buildings can be leased or sold separately or together.
Overseeing leasing are CASE’s Malcolm Ross, managing director, and David Dees, director; Bruce Butler, director, is handling sales. Dees said the properties could serve a variety of uses, including assisted living or nursing home, school, or church.
The hospital initially operated as Mesquite Community Hospital. It later evolved to become Woman’s Hospital at Dallas Regional, after it was acquired by Health Management Associates Inc. of Naples, Fla. Unable to generate a profit, the hospital closed in May of 2008.
Here are more specifics on the various facilities:
• Building A—138,400-square-foot former hospital, built in 1977
• Building B—19,672 square feet, built in 1973
• Building C—19,004 square feet, built in 1977
• Building D—6,386 square feet, built in 1970
• Building E—6,386 square feet, built in 1970
• Building F—6,386 square feet, built in 1977
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