New clinic could replace Genz Ryan buildingThe Rosemount Port Authority will get an early look Tuesday at what could become the second big project in the redevelopment of downtown Rosemount.
By: Nathan Hansen, Rosemount Town Pages
The Rosemount Port Authority will get an early look Tuesday at what could become the second big project in the redevelopment of downtown Rosemount.
The port authority is scheduled to review a preliminary plat for a HealthEast clinic and office space on the site of the former Genz Ryan building on Highway 3.
As currently planned the first phase of the building would include an approximately 17,260-square-foot single-story professional office building with HealthEast as the anchor tenant and as many as three other tenants.
The second phase of the project would include an additional single-story building with about 13,400 square feet of space, also for professional office use.
The plan includes parking for the clinic and offices behind and between the buildings.
According to the port authority agenda the plan will go before the city’s planning commission on Feb. 24 and to the city council in March.