Mountain View Medical Center to get a facelift

Credit: Town of Paradise Valley / AZBigMedia


By Adrienne St. Clair for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

Mountain View Medical Center, LLC has submitted a proposal to the Town of Paradise Valley to redevelop the existing Mountain View Medical Center on the SEC of Tatum and Shea Boulevards into a new “competitive” healthcare complex

The current medical center was built more than 30 years ago, and the surrounding area has since seen extensive renovation. With that in mind, the owners are determined to redevelop their 9.79-acre property in order to “maintain the Medical Center’s future viability, and its ability to attract premier providers to Paradise Valley.”

Mountain View Medical Center now totals nearly 60KSF across six buildings. The proposal for the new center includes plans to increase the building area to more than 93KSF in a four-building arrangement. In the end, once the parking canopies and covered employee parking are factored in, nearly 25 percent of the lot will be covered. According to the proposal, plans are set to try to keep as much existing infrastructure, like driveways and drainage flows, in place as possible. There are also plans to reduce water usage by decreasing the number of grass areas and replacing them with desert friendly landscaping.


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