VA receives $89.3 million mortgage for North Jacksonville outpatient clinic

The clinic will be at northwest Hyatt Road and Max Leggett Parkway.

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BMO Harris Bank issued an $89,296,182 mortgage for construction of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic in North Jacksonville. 

The VA plans a 164,054-square-foot clinic at northwest Hyatt Road and Max Leggett Parkway. 

The mortgage was issued Jan. 12 to VA OPC LLC. It was recorded with the Duval County Clerk of Courts on Jan. 22.

BMO Harris Bank of Kansas City, Missouri, is the administrative agent for the lenders.

The VA bought 21.06 acres for $8,424,000 on Dec. 22.

The North Jacksonville clinic will provide primary care, mental health, radiology, optometry and audiology services. Multispecialty rooms will offer women’s health, telehealth and other specialties. 

It also will include a 30-bed domiciliary residential care space. The clinic and domiciliary will be connected via a covered walkway.  

The clinic will replace the Jacksonville VA Southpoint clinic at 6900 Southpoint Drive N. and the Jacksonville VA University clinic at 3901 Memorial Health Plaza in Southside. 

The Jacksonville 1 VA Clinic at 1536 N. Jefferson St. in Springfield will remain open.