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AP Queen Lillian Medical Office Building / WSU School of Medicine / Jenkins Construction

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Officials from the city of Detroit, the state and Wayne State University celebrated the launch of a new medical office building that will become the home of the WSU Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences. The ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Wayne State University Medical Office Building at Tolan Park took place June 15. The site is north of Mack Avenue on the east side of Beaubien. Queen Lillian LLC, a Detroit-based architectural firm, has started construction of the new building. The offices also will house a portion of the WSU School of Medicine’s Internal Medicine Department. The five-story medical office building is going up on 2.7 acres adjacent to Tolan Park. The site provides a strategic location within the medical area of Midtown, with close proximity to the WSU School of Medicine campus and the hospitals of the Detroit Medical Center. Located across Beaubien from Children’s Hospital of Michigan, the million project will result in 62846 square feet of new office space. The developers anticipate the building will be completed in January 2013. “Being a Detroiter, I want to be part of the city’s resurgence,” said Christopher Jackson, who, with Jim Jenkins, is one of the two principals of Queen Lillian LLC. “I wanted to invest in Midtown, and this project will add millions to the city’s tax base, which will produce long-term growth for Detroit. Large corporations such as the Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Health System and Dan Gilbert see
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