According to a news release, the 40,000- to 60,000-square-foot medical office building will encompass a wide range of specialties and services, including orthopedics and full outpatient imaging services—X-Ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography, and bone density testing—with more specialties expected in the future.
“We are excited to have Ascension Seton on our site,” said Iva Wolf McLachlan, president of Wolf Lakes LP, the developer of Wolf Lakes Village, in the release. “Ascension has an outstanding reputation and long history of providing high-quality medical care in Central Texas and the United States.”
Ascension Seton bought the 12-acre site located in the southwest section of the Wolf Lakes Village site located at the intersection of I-35 and Hwy. 29.
“The significant growth in the Georgetown area over the past five years has led to this investment at Wolf Lakes Village, and we look forward to serving individuals in Central Texas through this Ascension Seton expansion,” said Ray Anderson, chief strategy officer at Ascension Texas, in the statement.
The city of Georgetown identified life science and health care as target industries, Mayor Dale Ross said this project will not only provide additional medical services to residents, but it is expected to create a significant number of high-paying jobs.
The Ascension Seton project is the first development for Wolf Lakes Village, a “one-of-a-kind European Village on a rare in-fill tract strategically located near downtown Georgetown and the I-35 corridor,” the release said. The project’s master plan, first announced in 2018, calls for destination retail, first-class restaurants, hotels, cinema, multifamily, townhomes, and medical and Class A offices for several corporate campuses.
Other planned amenities on Wolf Lakes Village include an outdoor amphitheater, parks, lakes, sports court, ice-skating rink, a wedding chapel and event center.