A new medical office building is being added to the Medical City McKinney campus, according to a Feb. 20 news release.

The big picture

Fencing went up in February for the $50 million project that will add a five-story building with about 124,500 square feet of space. The new space will house additional high-level medical specialists and services, including cardiology, orthopedics and rehabilitation.

During the first phase of the project, a new parking lot will be built on the west side of the campus. When completed, the new building will add more than 550 parking spots.

Quote of note

“Medical City McKinney is committed to leading the way for dynamic growth in the McKinney area,” Medical City McKinney CEO Ernest C. Lynch III said in a statement. “This new construction of a third medical office building on our campus continues a multiphase expansion plan as we invest to meet the needs of our vibrant, growing community.”

The background

The announcement comes after Medical City McKinney opened a $17 million women’s hospital in November and a $64 million patient tower in 2021. Medical City McKinney has a team of more than 900 physicians and offers several medical services including a Level II trauma center and a neonatal intensive care unit.