INSIDE by Jennifer Hayes Synergy is coming to the Swedish Medical Center campus. Construction has started on Syn- ergy Medical, a 102,000-square-foot development, which will include 88,000 sf of office space as well as 14,000 sf of first-floor retail space. Located in an opportunity zone, directly across from the main entrance of Swedish Medical Center, at 500 E. Hampden Ave. in Englewood, the project is the first new medical office building constructed in the area in the past 30 years and the only medical office building on cam- pus that has self-contained services (parking, valet, office and retail space). The Class AA building is slated for delivery in third-quarter 2020. The building features large blocks of custom build-to-suit suites avail- able from 2,000 to 20,000 sf (full floor), covered patient drop-off and pick up, first-floor retail that will include restaurants, coffee and other ser- vice-oriented options, unobstructed western and southern views, and approximately 325 parking spaces in an enclosed garage. Medical tenants committed to the project include an ambulatory sur- gery center, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, plastic surgeons and other complementary practices. Synergy Medical is being developed by a Greenwood Village-based part- nership, with office leasing brokered through Dann Burke of CBRE and retail leasing by Phil Hicks of David Hicks & Lampert Brokerage. The Mul- hern Group is the architect for the project. Calcon Constructors is the general contractor. ▲ The patient experience is at the heart of health care Brinkmann unearths triceratops fossil at Wind Crest project Experience Dig it PAGE 10 PAGE 15 Synergy set for Swedish Medical Center campus October 2019 A look at the activity happening in Colorado’s health care and senior housing market Briefly PAGE 4 The Synergy Medical building will include 88,000 square feet of office space and 14,000 sf of first-floor retail space in the first new medical office property constructed in the area in three decades.