Martha Jefferson wants $11 million for leftover houses, buildings
Offering 26 parcels ranging from a $225,000 house on Lexington Avenue to the "iconic, modernist-style" Physicians and Surgeons Building at the corner of High and Locust, Martha Jefferson Hospital announced Wednesday that it will be accepting offers on a trove of North Downtown properties around the campus it plans to abandon later this year. The Hospital, relocating to a site on Pantops Mountain in August, stands to reap $11.15 million if all 26 parcels sell for their listing price.
Already, the main hospital buildings were sold last fall to a Charlottesville-based investment group. The new offering consists of a variety of houses, parking lots, and medical buildings surrounding that campus, which changed hands for $6.5 million.
According to information provided by the listing company, CB Richard Ellis, there's a deadline for submitting offers on any of the 11 grouped or individually-listed properties: 5pm, April 20.
The Hospital, which recently merged with the Hampton Roads-based Sentara health care system, indicates in a February 23 release that some of the properties might become residences while other sites may be redeveloped.Read more on: Martha Jefferson Hospital