The proposed AdventHealth Lego Building is a 12-story, mixed medical use structure with a plan area of approximately 25,000 sq ft. The building is part of the continued development of the AdventHealth Health Village Campus in Orlando. Eventually, the 172-acre campus will contain medical treatment and research buildings, residences, dining, and retail stores. The Lego Building is positioned on a four-acre lot between E Winter Park St. and E Rollins St., bordering the east side of Interstate I-4.
The new building is the future home of Rothman Orthopedic Institute, neurosurgery services, an ambulatory surgery center and more. The project underscores the growing need for healthcare in ever-expanding Orlando.
“Our long-term vision has always been for the Health Village campus to be a hub of innovation and excellence, and also a place where people can live, work, and play,” Rob Deininger, CEO of AdventHealth Orlando, said in a press release.
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