Norfolk Medical Office Building (2018), Norfolk, NE

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A $10 million state & $5.3 million federal NMTC financing to construct a new 83,493 square foot medical office complex, offering a wide variety of medical services not otherwise found in Norfolk, including physical therapy, pediatrics, family practice, internal medicine, imaging, lab, orthopedics, specialty clinic, surgical/oncology, pain, and an ambulatory surgical center.

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