Medical City seeks 2-building expansion of Texas campus

Medical City Healthcare is planning a 520,000-square-foot expansion that includes two new buildings at its campus in Frisco, Texas, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Medical City Healthcare, headquartered in Dallas, is seeking approval from a planning board to add a medical office building and a parking garage on a 10-acre parcel of land. The buildings will both be eight to 10 floors, according to the report. 

Medical City Healthcare is owned by Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare.

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