Banner Health to occupy building at The Grove project on Camelback Road

Nov 5, 2021, 4:15 AM
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PHOENIX – Banner Health will occupy a building at a high-profile mixed-use project under construction in Phoenix, developers announced Wednesday.

The 70,000-square-foot medical building at 4200 E. Camelback Road in The Grove will house Arizona’s second Banner Health Center Plus.

Banner Health, the state’s largest employer, currently operates a “Plus” concept in Glendale that offers a variety of services in one location.

“Our medical specialists and clinical staff will provide comprehensive health care in a convenient location with desired amenities to make life better,” Joan Thiel, Banner Health vice president of ambulatory services, said in a press release.

The new facility will accommodate for 160 employees, according to the release.

The Grove, a $400 million project from RED Development on the northwest corner of Camelback Road and 44th Street, will feature a boutique hotel developed by Valley restaurateur Sam Fox called The Global Ambassador along with an office building, luxury residential units and dining and retail offerings.

The Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury opened a training facility at The Grove in 2020.

“Welcoming Banner Health to The Grove underscores our goal with this development to bring the most exceptional services to the community,” Mike Ebert, RED Development managing partner, said in the release.

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Banner Health to occupy building at The Grove project on Camelback Road