New hospital campus near Copper Sky park given rezoning to move forward

This rendering shows the medical campus of the S3 BioTech development planned for Copper Sky. The project also includes an innovation campus to the south. The project could bring up to 3,000 full-time medical and professional jobs to Maricopa. [City of Maricopa]

By Jay Taylor | InMaricopa

City Council this week unanimously approved rezoning land surrounding Copper Sky Regional Park for two proposed campuses – one for a hospital and one for innovation – totaling 1.6 million square feet anad 26.3 acres of developed land.

As InMaricopa has previously reported the campuses, which would consist of two phases, would be near the southeastern corner of North John Wayne Parkway and West Bowlin Road.

The medical campus, which would include the hospital, medical office space, apartments, condominiums, hotel and sports academy, would be approximately 559,000 square feet on 14.3 acres near the southeastern corner of North John Wayne Parkway and West Bowlin Road.

The innovation campus would be at the northeastern corner of North John Wayne Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. It would cover 12 acres and have more than 1 million square feet of building space.


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