Irgens – Phoenix has announced development completion of shell and core construction for Harbor Vista Medical Commons, the new Cigna Medical Group Sun City Multi-Specialty Center at 9069 W. Thunderbird Ave. in Peoria, Ariz.
The 60,000-square-foot, build-to-suit facility will offer health care delivery services to Cigna Medical Group patients. Scheduled to open for patients in October, project development is meeting Cigna’s schedule and budget requirements.
“Irgens has been an excellent partner in developing a facility to enhance the health care experience for our customers today and for years to come,” said Edward Kim, president and general manager of Cigna in Arizona. “We appreciate the hard work and collaboration Irgens has provided to create a state-of-the-art facility.”
Irgens acquired the property for the facility in 2014 and was awarded the contract in January 2015. Archicon was secured as architect for the building and A.R. Mays was hired as the project contractor. Construction began in August 2015. The building’s structural and exterior construction has been completed. Interior improvements for Cigna Medical Group are now underway.
“This exciting building embodies our focus working with leading healthcare organizations such as Cigna to deliver a functional platform geared towards delivering consolidated and comprehensive services to patients, “ said Jason Anzalone, Vice President of Development at Irgens. “This is a great example of visionary healthcare strategy being executed and will be a major asset both to Peoria, as well as the entire Northwest Phoenix community.”
“This represents one of several medical developments created by Irgens in the Metro Phoenix marketplace,” said Jason Meszaros, Vice President and Market Manager atIrgens. “We are proud of our track record as a leading developer in the medical real estate industry and look forward to expanding that role in the future.”
Irgens continues to actively seek strategic acquisition and development opportunities to add to its growing portfolio of commercial and medical development in the greater Phoenix metropolitan market.