Haven Senior Investments is proud to present a 33,981 sq. ft. medical hospital building that was constructed in 2009. It was operated as a hospital under several different names until around 2019 when it was re-marketed as a medical office building. The first floor was reconfigured from a food service/patient service area to an office for a physician group. The current tenant’s lease will terminate soon and food service, patient waiting room, and emergency room area could easily be restored. The second and third floors comprise 23,824 sq.ft. and remain outfitted as hospital rooms (single and double occupancy) many rooms with furniture and fixtures remaining. Each room has a restroom and lavatory area, as well as a closet. There are valves in the walls of each room for oxygen plus two other features. Most all patient rooms are on the window walls of the building with support room facilities in the inner core of the floor. There are multiple nurse stations on each floor and a mail station on each with securable file cabinetry, monitoring screens for each room, and telephone lines. Each of the two floors has office rooms for support staff, x-rays, and other ancillary functions central to the support of a hospital environment. There is one public elevator and one freight elevator that service the three-story building. The building has an external stairway for fire protection as well as an internal sprinkler system and hoses on each floor. There are lockable doors that function to secure one-half of each floor separate from the other half. The condition of the flooring, walls, paint, ceilings, etc. would be considered exceptional considering the time it has sat without occupancy. The leasing market in this area has been such that the cost of converting the hospital rooms to office space was greater than could be justified by the office rental rate. This has contributed to the opportunity that is now at hand for the right operator. Modifications to ready the building for a new rehab or small hospital use would be far easier than any conversion of a building used previously for other purposes.