Medical Development Management to expand at the Garvey Center
03/24/2014 2:48 PM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — For the second time in less than a year, Medical Development Management is moving. It'll be a much shorter trip this time around, though.
In July, the company moved from Kellogg and Rock Road to about 2,500 square feet at the O.W. Garvey Building at 200 W. Douglas.
MDM had an option to take some extra space for a total of 4,500 square feet. Instead, though, it's now going to move next door into the 6,500 square feet that Cases, Moses & Zimmerman currently occupies.
"It made more sense to do that," says MDM president Joe Hlavacek.
"We were willing to work with them in allowing them to continue to grow," says attorney David Moses. "It also affords us an opportunity to look at all of our alternatives."
Hlavacek says there are several ways the company is growing.
"Right now ... the project that's causing us to need more space is we ... are in the process of developing a general acute care hospital in Kearney, Nebraska," he says.
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