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Fairview Ridges announces $60M expansion

Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville plans to add a150,000-square-foot specialty care medical office building, hospital expansion and a new parking ramp, the Business Journal reports. The project will cost about $60 million.
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Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville plans to add a150,000-square-foot specialty care medical office building, hospital expansion and a new parking ramp, the Business Journal reports.

The project will cost about $60 million. Construction is scheduled begin next spring and be complete by late 2014 or early 2015, the Pioneer Press reports.

Meanwhile, the Davis Group, a Minneapolis-based health care real estate firm, broke ground on a new 57,500-square-foot medical office building in Vadnais Heights on Thursday, the Business Journal reports. The $15 million project is set to open next fall.

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