Civic Center Medical Plaza in south Scottsdale sold

The Civic Center Medical Plaza at 3271 N. Civic Center Plaza. (Submitted Photo)

The Phoenix Kidder Mathews healthcare team announced the sale of 3271 N. Civic Center Plaza, a 16,919-square-foot medical office building in south Scottsdale, for $3.4 million.

The team of Senior Vice President Michael Dupuy and Vice President Rachael Thompson negotiated the sale on behalf of owner 6 Turns, LLC, a subsidiary of SEBO Enterprises, LLC, according to a press release.

Built in 1983, Civic Center Medical Plaza features eight suites that can be combined to create larger spaces. The one-story building is situated on 1.5 acres in South Scottsdale’s medical market which currently offers limited availability of larger spaces and has a scarcity of first-floor space.

The asset is highly visible and sits directly across from HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center, 7400 E. Osborn Road.

“I think the deal was good for the buyer, seller and the submarket,” Mr. Dupuy said in a prepared statement. “The area will unquestionably benefit from having a renovated, Class A facility in the healthcare corridor connected with a top-notch provider.”

HonorHealth Osborn is a full-service, 337-bed hospital that offers services in trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular services, and critical care.

Other services include those at Greenbaum Surgical Specialty Hospital, which focuses on general surgeries including ear, nose and throat; urology; and gynecology.

“The south Scottsdale market is in need of additional medical space, specifically larger blocks of space,” Ms. Thompson said in a prepared statement. “Redevelopment of existing older buildings to accommodate this demand would be ideal.”

Amenities in proximity to Civic Center Medical Plaza include numerous multifamily communities as well as restaurants and retail establishments. The property is situated across from Scottsdale Stadium, spring training home of the San Francisco Giants.

Sheila Bale and Ryan O’Connor with Cushman and Wakefield represented the buyer Dr. Remus Repta.

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