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Jax Daily Record Friday, Mar. 25, 202203:50 PM EST

Foundation work for $140 million UF Health North tower addition in review

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The project is planned on 25.14 acres at 15255 Max Leggett Parkway, near Interstate 95.

The city is reviewing a permit application for the foundation for the $140 million UF Health North six-story, 120-bed tower addition in North Jacksonville.

The 225,200-square-foot hospital is planned on 25.14 acres at 15255 Max Leggett Parkway, near Interstate 95.

A rendering of the proposed UF Health North 120-bed hospital tower addition.

Batson-Cook and Danis are joint-venture contractors on the project. Gresham Smith is the architect.

The project is the third phase of UF Health North, which plans a groundbreaking ceremony March 31.

The UF Health North campus includes a 92-bed hospital, 24/7 adult and pediatric emergency center, and an outpatient multispecialty medical office building with more than 30 specialty services.

The UF Health North campus includes a 92-bed hospital, 24/7 adult and pediatric emergency center, and an outpatient multispecialty medical office building.

 

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