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Real Estate Briefs 2-14-20

By Staff | Feb 14, 2020

Creighton Construction & Development building MD Now urgent care center in Fort Myers

Creighton Construction & Development has launched construction on a new MD Now urgent care center in Fort Myers.

Located at 15165 McGregor Blvd., the project includes the construction and remodel of an existing 3,800-square-foot former bank building into an urgent care facility.

MD Now offers a comprehensive lineup of physician-led health care services with an emphasis on convenience, efficiency and affordability. Its state-of-the-art clinics utilize modern medical technology, including on-site digital X-rays, EKG, lab testing and more, and are nationally accredited as Certified Urgent Care Centers by the Urgent Care Association of America.

MD Now serves Florida’s east coast with more than 40 locations across Indian River, Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties.

The project is currently scheduled for completion in April 2020.

Creighton Construction & Development is a vertically integrated real estate, permitting-entitlement, construction, management and development company. Creighton and its experienced team provide total real estate solutions, with turnkey services including site selection, entitlement and permitting, construction and construction management, development and political services for commercial projects nationwide. For more information, please call Creighton at 239-210-0455 or visit CreightonDev.com.

Heatherwood Construction completes new gatehouse and entry gates at WildBlue

Heatherwood Construction Company has completed a gatehouse and entry gates at WildBlue – a 3,500-plus-acre community of 1,100 preserve- and lake-surrounded home sites at 19001 Aqua Shore Drive in Fort Myers.

Located off Corkscrew Road, the community entrance is a Key West-style structure – complemented by accent stone, plantation shutters and decorative brackets – that welcomes homeowners and visitors.

The project was led by the Bonita Springs-based team’s senior project manager, Rafael Valdes, as well as supervised by James Beatty and designed by award-winning Humphrey-Rosal Architects.

Heatherwood Construction will begin WildBlue’s new amenities center in March.

Heatherwood Construction is a full-service commercial general contractor serving Southwest Florida since 1980 as well as Orlando to Marco Island. The firm provides complete construction services, including site search and selection, feasibility analysis, site development, value engineering, vertical construction, LEED certification and more. For more information, visit HeatherwoodConstruction.com or call (239) 949-6855.