HOUSTON – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is developing a $113.75 million outpatient diagnostic and treatment center in Wolff Companies' Central Park development.
The 175,000-sf facility will be MD Anderson's first free-standing clinical building outside Houston's Texas Medical Center. It marks the first phase of a long-term plan by MD Anderson to develop facilities on its 34.5-acre campus in Central Park, located near the intersection of I-10 and North Dairy Ashford.
Groundbreaking is planned for 2016, with the facility opening in 2018.
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