Tuesday, February 13, 2018 4:20 pm
Multiple medical offices likely in Dupont-Diebold development district
ROSA SALTER RODRIGUEZ | The Journal Gazette
Expanded medical and general office development related to Parkview Health will likely occupy part of the land in Allen County's newest economic development area.
The 756-acre Dupont-Diebold Economic Development Development Area and an accompanying tax-allocation district got final approval Tuesday from the Allen County Redevelopment Commission.
The approval came after no one spoke for or against the plan at a public hearing during the commission's afternoon meeting.
Parkvew officials confirmed Tuesday that they anticipate developing 15 parcels in the economic development area just north of the existing Parkview Regional Medical Center.
The number of buildings range from four to five to as many as nine or 10, said Jessica Miller, Parkview spokeswoman. The buildings would provide offices for family practice physicians and specialists and outpatient services for patients, she said.
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