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Ryan Plans “Healthy Village” in Twin Cities Metro

Ryan Companies unveiled plans for a “healthy village” concept on 100 acres of land in Maple Grove, MN, within the Twin Cities metro area. The developer is partnering with North Memorial Health to plan a mixed-use health village anchored by Maple Grove Hospital.

The new village is expected to include healthcare, wellness, senior living, multifamily, office, hospitality, retail and public spaces. “The healthy village will also provide an opportunity for North Memorial Health to foster collaborative partnerships with healthcare providers, academia, and other healthcare-oriented businesses,” said Mike McMahan, Ryan’s national healthcare leader.

Ryan will partner with the City of Maple Grove, North Memorial Health and other project partners to develop the land. The first projects are expected to break ground in fall 2020 or spring 2021.

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