February 14, 2018

Griffin to break ground on Oxford medical building

The developer of an Oxford mixed-use development says it will break ground Friday on construction for a medical office building to be anchored by Griffin Health, parent of Derby-based Griffin Hospital.

The 50,000-square foot medical building will offer primary care, diagnostic imaging, blood draw and physical therapy services, Haynes Development Co. said.

Griffin and Valley Orthopedic Specialists plan to start operations at the 300 Oxford Road property this fall, while an urgent care center is slated to launch this summer, Haynes' Kathy Ekstrom wrote earlier this month in the New England Real Estate Journal. She also wrote that nearly half of the medical building is pre-leased.

The building is part of the $70 million Quarry Walk residential, retail and healthcare development.

Haynes told WTNH News 8 last month that Quarry Walk will bring upwards of $1 million in tax revenue to the town.

Neither Ekstrom nor a Griffin spokesman could immediately be reached for comment.

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