Hilco Real Estate to sell acute rehabilitation facility in Battle Creek

Hilco Real Estate has announced the sale of a former acute rehabilitation facility in Battle Creek, Michigan with 25 June 2020 set as the bid deadline for interested buyers.

Constructed in 2005, the acute rehabilitation facility has 19 patient rooms, 12 private offices, and seven semi-private offices. The building has amenities that are said to make it suitable for a range of potential medical uses such as satellite hospital, urgent care clinic, surgicenter, memory care, assisted living, skilled nursing facility, and others.

Spread over nearly 44,000 square feet, the two-story building stands on more than 8.5 acres. The acute rehabilitation facility is equipped with a therapy pool, commercial kitchen, occupational therapy rooms, and fitness area.

Sweeping grounds include a large pond, event area, outdoor patio, and walking trails. The medical facility was utilized in the past as an acute rehabilitation hospital that operated at almost 90% occupancy in the early 2000s while it catered to patients from the Battle Creek, Jackson, Kalamazoo, and other surrounding cities.

Hilco Real Estate to sell former acute rehabilitation facility in Battle Creek, Michigan

Hilco Real Estate to sell former acute rehabilitation facility in Battle Creek, Michigan. Photo courtesy of Free-Photos from Pixabay.

Hilco Real Estate said that the sale gives scope for the facility to continue to cater to the communities through a private, institutional or municipal owner.

Steve Madura – senior vice president at Hilco Real Estate said: “This facility stands ready to serve, helping those brave healthcare workers fighting on the frontlines during these uncertain and unprecedented times. This property offers a host of desirable amenities that are well suited for a variety of future uses.

“We are hopeful that the sale of this property will allow the facility to be put back into productive use in order to serve those impacted by the current pandemic, as well as the citizens of Battle Creek and others throughout the region for years to come.”

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