Erlanger Health System is putting two large physicians’ office buildings downtown and in Soddy-Daisy on the market.
The hospital hopes to sell its downtown Chattanooga Lifestyle Center between Market and Broad streets, which houses Erlanger’s cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs along with a large swimming complex and doctors’ offices.
It also hopes to find a buyer for its former Erlanger Soddy-Daisy medical building, a 17,000-square-foot facility that the hospital has leased out for a decade and which has been vacant now for several months.
Both buildings will be put on the market this month, said Erlanger’s Chief Administrative Officer Gregg Gentry.
For complete details, see Tuesday’s Chattanooga Times Free Press.
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