Museo MOB Tops Out with the Promise of More Tenants
Museo Medical Office Building recently celebrated its topping out, hosted by Mann Eye Institute’s Mike Mann, whose Testa Rossa Properties is spearheading the 10-story class-A LEED-certified medical office/mixed-use project. Mann Eye Institute will occupy the building’s top floor of 5115 Fannin St.
CBRE’s Brandy Bellow Spinks organized the event attended by a mix of medical professionals and commercial real estate brokers specializing in healthcare and life sciences.
“The ability to open the doors of this long-envisioned project, even just to a select few for the time being, is a true achievement, but this topping out milestone would not be possible without the tremendous teams tasked with building it from the ground up including but not limited to Mission Construction,” noted Mann.
Houston-based medical practice Texas Laparoscopic Consultants previously announced it had also signed a 9,130-square-foot lease on the ninth floor with several additional lease announcements coming soon.
All told, Museo MOB will not only be a new kind of specialty surgery center for internal medicine specialists, dermatologists, plastic surgeons and other medical and nursing practitioners, it will become a destination for treatments of all kinds, with the added convenience of a Museum District location.
The building was designed by PJMD Architects principal Marko Dasigenis in tandem with Dallas-based Huitt-Zollars.
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