Office Space for the Healthcare Professional

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With so many professionals and organizations associated with the healthcare industry today, it’s no wonder that there is an equally broad array of office space to suit their varying needs.  Below are a few possibilities whether you’re a physician, a home care administrator, a healthcare student or an insurance provider.

You could locate your office in a bustling business park; one that is in a suburban setting, yet at the center of a nexus of companies, such as the Southpointe Business Park.  There are many Class A office buildings to choose from here, all of which benefit from free parking.  This is a key amenity for patients and tenants.

An office in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh might be what you’re looking for.  There are many upscale options in properties such as Piatt Place and The Gardens at Market Square, where you can easily cater to certain clientele.  A ‘green’, LEED-certified building might be the way to go.  Sustainable redevelopments are the focus of new developments in the city with an eye toward helping revive Pittsburgh’s central business district.

Maybe downtown Washington, PA better suits your business needs.  Not far from Southpointe or Pittsburgh, your rent here would be very competitive.  You could locate your office in Class A office space such as the LEED certified Crossroads Center.  Constructed in 2006, it’s a six-story 144,000 square foot mixed-use building, with beautiful views overlooking the heart of downtown Washington.

On the adjacent corner of Crossroads Center is Millcraft Center, a 10-story 150,000 square foot commercial office building.  In addition to traditional office space, as well as a 10,800 square foot data center in the East Wing, Millcraft Center offers professionals the unique opportunity to rent a single office space and still have access to the many amenities typically provided by large corporations.

If you’re self-employed, it’s a great way to establish your business identity with a legitimate mailing address and business space.  The building has onsite security personnel and free parking in the nearby building lot.  There is also a city parking garage between Crossroads and Millcraft Centers, offering ample public parking to both buildings.

Millcraft Investments is a Washington County based real estate developer and management company with over fifty-years of successfully creating and maintaining prominent large-scale office and mixed-use developments.

For more information about leasing office space in any of these locations, call Patti Dittman at 724-229-8800 or e-mail pdittman@millcraftindustries.com. Visit www.millcraftindustries.com for more detailed information about the company.