Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

$1.3 Million, Four-Story Parking Garage Slated for Mercy Hospital / Transactions

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

$1.3 Million, Four-Story Parking Garage Slated for Mercy Hospital / Transactions

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A $1.3 million, four-story parking garage is being built at 4300 W. Memorial Rd. for Mercy Hospital, Mark Grimes, proj ect manager, has announced.

HTB Inc., of Oklahoma City is the architect for the 31,500 square-foot project. J.J. Cook, the developer of the project, is also the general contractor.

"The project got started a couple of weeks ago and should be completed by the end of August," Grimes said. "When it's completed, the garage will hold over 300 vehicles." . .

- Construction of the six-story, 80,000 square foot Parkway Medical Center, a $5 million project to be located at 3308 NW 52nd St., will begin in approximately a week and is anticipated for completion in July, it has been announced.

In addition, a three-story, 100,000 square foot parking garage will also be constructed adjacent to the facility.

A limited partnership known as Parkway Medical Association Ltd., will own the medical center, according to Wally Nashert III, of Nashert and Sons, general contractor for the project. Nashert said the architectural work will also be handled by his firm.

Offices in the the medical center will be condominiums which will be sold to individual doctors. A majority of the space has already been committed, Nashert stated.

"The site for Parkway Medical Center was chosen because its located near the Baptist Medical Center," said Nashert.

In addition to the office condominiums, the medical center will house a pharmacy. There will be approximately 25 tennants in the structure.

The Oklahoma City Council gave final approval for construction of the medical center in February, following a discrepancy involving water detention requirements on the project.

- Construction of the $6 million, 84,000-square-foot Workers Compensation Court, located on the state capitol grounds between the Jim Thorpe Building and the Department of Transportation, should be completed by January, 1986, according to Randy Thomas, of RGDC Inc. …

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