Trammell Crow Company has been selected to develop the new Medical Arts Pavilion at the site of the new hospital campus in Plainsboro, Princeton HealthCare System has announced.

The 146,971-square foot medical office building will be physically connected to the new University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro and is expected to break ground in October and be completed by May, 2012, a press release stated. The project is owned by Partners Health Trust, Inc., a joint venture of Trammell Crow Company and a public pension fund advised by Kennedy Associates.

The five-story building will be designed to be fully integrated into the hospital with physical connections at four locations, including the hospital’s main north entry, emergency department, and operating suites.

PHCS will operate an ambulatory surgical center, diagnostic radiology, a sleep center and other medical functions, in the building. The remaining space will be available for private physicians’ offices, the press release stated.

Jeffrey Goggins, the senior managing director with Trammell Crow Company, said in the press release that “in keeping with the design of the new hospital, we plan to develop this building to operate efficiently and with sustainable elements to create a better environment for our physician tenants and visitors to the building.”

Located on 50 acres of a 160-acre site off Route 1, the new $442 million hospital will consist of 636,000 square feet of interior space,

In addition to the hospital and medical office building, the campus will also include the Merwick Care and Rehabilitation Center, a senior residential community for fitness, wellness, and health education.

#b#Princeton HealthCare System#/b#, 253 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08540; 609-497-4000; fax, 609-497-4991. Barry S. Rabner, president and CEO. Home page:

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