11515 W Emerald Oaks Dr

Citrus County, FL

Features of 11515 W Emerald Oaks Dr

Total Size
26,160 sqft
Parking Ratio
1.8 (per 1000 SF)
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Building Class
Class A

About 11515 W Emerald Oaks Dr

Seven Rivers Professional Center is a two phase 13 building 46,920 sq/ft Master Planned, Campus Style "Class A" Medical Office Park. It is located in Crystal River, Florida adjacent to Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center, a CHS Hospital. At this time we have 8 buildings 26,160 sq/ft built and leased or available for lease, this includes 97% of all the infrastructure. (ie: Parking, Landscaping, Water, Sewer, Irrigation, Drainage Retention, Fire Protection and electrical) We have an agreement with Seven Rivers Hospital to be referred all newly recruited physicians to the Hospital.

Owning a family run real estate development company, we always keep our eye on the where we believe the current market is; and what market niche we believe has potential for long-term growth. We came to the conclusion that we wanted to invest our money; and time into developing medical office buildings, within our community this is why we developed Seven Rivers Professional Center in Crystal River, Florida

Best Location + High Demand – Low A+ Medical Office Supply = Financial Opportunity

BABY BOOMERS – There are 10,000 baby boomers reaching age 65 each and every day, and that will continue for the next 17 years. The aging of the Boomers, coupled with the latest medical technology to improve the quality of their lives (hip and knee replacements, organ transplants, cosmetic surgeries, etc.) along with their subsequent rehab, and outpatient services, will create even more demand for medical care. The children of the Boomers, dubbed the Echo Generation, have had children, Generation X, that participate in extreme sports, which by their nature cause many more injuries, and thus a growing number of medical practices devoted to rehab, sports medicine, and nutrition.

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT - The advent of the ACA will put even more people into the market for healthcare and preventative care, resulting in a high demand for medical office space. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that by 2016 an additional 32 million patients will have health insurance coverage.

CHANGE IN SERVICES - Procedures that were once traditionally performed in hospitals, such as surgery, have been moving to outpatient surgery centers, specialty centers (robotics, cosmetic surgery, ophthalmology, walk in clinics, etc.)

In a recent article in Amednews.com, it was stated that a 2010 Medical Office Report prepared for Marcus & Millichap, senior analyst Thomas Hershey estimated that nearly 45 million more square feet of medical office space will be needed if 50% of the 46 million uninsured individuals attain coverage through the health care system.

It is estimated that in order to accommodate those in the 55+ age group, by the end of 2013, an additional 25 million square feet of space is needed. In 2009 Medical Office sales were $1.8 billion dollars. In 2010 that number rose to $3.9 billion dollars.

LOCATION: Physicians are increasingly attracted to medical office space on or very near hospital campuses in order to leverage hospital services; and increase traffic to their private practices. Additionally some physicians are affiliated with those hospital systems; and require proximity to their campus. This is why we selected the location and secured referral agreements with Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center.

As the Baby Boomers age, they are increasingly relocating to “Sunbelt” states, such as Florida, and for example Citrus County, Florida. Demographically Citrus County is an excellent example of this trend, a United States County that is ranked the 2nd Oldest in the State and 5th Oldest in the Nation, per capita. Citrus County that continues to attract Baby Boomers to its mild year round climate and active Florida lifestyle. Therefore, we feel the overall outlook for health care services in locations like Citrus County will remain strong for years to come and is an excellent investment Opportunity. - Parking description: Paved Parking 358 Spaces - Area description: Citrus County Florida is the 2nd Oldest County in Florida and the 5th Oldest in the Nation. - Number of buildings: 13 - Class of space: Class A - Tenancy: Multiple Tenants

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