Austin’s Medical District Coming Together

Recent article from Community Impact:

About a year from now the first students at The University of Texas Dell Medical School will begin their studies.

Austin's Medical District under construction

Construction on the 515,000-square-foot Dell Medical School campus—the first and only medical school in Austin—will be completed in May 2016. Students of the program will gain hands-on experience at clinics throughout Austin that serve residents eligible for care through Travis County’s hospital district, Central Health. They will also work at Seton Healthcare Family’s new teaching hospital, which will take over services currently provided at University Medical Center Brackenridge.

Austin's Medical District layout

Officials plan to establish a nearby Innovation Zone in which private industry and health care startups can have access to the Medical District and possibly work hand-in-hand with partner organizations to spur further commercial and professional advances.

The new Medical District and Innovation Zone will provide new jobs, including opportunities for the middle class that do not necessarily require a four-year degree, he said. The broader effort also gives Austin a greater global presence, Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, and attracts more talent from throughout the world.

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I have already helped one investor purchase property in this up-and-coming area which will draw in doctors and other healthcare providers.  This property is already generating revenue and should increase in value as the medical school and medical center continues to grow and develop.  I’d be happy to speak with you about investing or living in the medical district area.