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Wellness and rehab center opens near Medical Center of Trinity

TRINITY — Two doctors have established a 4,800-square-foot wellness and rehabilitation center in an office near the new Medical Center of Trinity.

Drs. Edward J. Leonard and Stephen J. Unger paid $555,000 for the property at 1814, 1820 and 1822 Wellness Lane off Mitchell Road. Commercial Asset Partners Realty closed the deal, with Carol Kinnard representing the seller, MLRS Properties, and Heidi Tuttle-Beisner representing the doctors.

Aiming to provide a full range of health care under one roof, Florida Wellness and Rehab offers chiropractic care, physical therapy and massage therapy, as well as family medicine, which is a new addition to the practice with the move to Wellness Lane.

"We'd outgrown our old space, which we were leasing," said Unger, referring to the location they closed last month on Duck Slough Boulevard. "Our new offices will accommodate our current needs and is large enough for us to grow into as we go forward. We were at the right place at the right time to get an excellent deal in a great professional park."

Florida Wellness and Rehab's new location was already prepped for medical use, possibly saving the new owners expenses that may have been required to retrofit a general office building.

"Move-in ready medical office space is in great demand near the Medical Center of Trinity," said Kinnard, who specializes in the sale and leasing of medical office space. "And the sale of this unit to Florida Wellness and Rehab will undoubtedly heighten activity further."

Wellness and rehab center opens near Medical Center of Trinity 03/14/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 8:03pm]
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