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Emerging Healthcare Hotspot: Tallahassee, Florida

In the ever-evolving landscape of commercial real estate, certain regions emerge as

hotspots, attracting attention and investment. Today, we shine a spotlight on Tallahassee, Florida, as it positions itself as a growing hub for healthcare. With significant developments underway and strategic collaboration between key players, Tallahassee is poised for remarkable growth in this sector.

An artist rendering of the future academic health center. Provided by Florida State University

The TMH FSU Academic Health Center:

Nestled at the intersection of Centerville and Betton Roads, the TMH FSU Academic Health Center stands as a testament to Tallahassee's ambitious vision for the future of healthcare. With a monumental $125 million investment, this state-of-the-art facility is not merely a building; it represents a paradigm shift in healthcare delivery and education. By adding over 300 permanent, high-paying jobs and generating approximately 1,200 jobs during its construction phase, the center serves as an economic engine, fueling prosperity and opportunity for the community.

Funded by a collaboration between the Legislature, Governor Ron DeSantis, and FSU, this state-of-the-art facility is set to redefine healthcare in North Florida.

Key Features of the Health Center:

Spanning 130,000 gross square feet, the center will house cutting-edge medical and research facilities across multiple floors. With a focus on clinical trials, data-driven precision health, digital health, and translational research, it aims to attract top talent and foster innovation. Moreover, the partnership between TMH and FSU underscores a commitment to advancing healthcare delivery and education, positioning Tallahassee as a magnet for healthcare professionals and researchers alike.

The Role of STRUCTURE Commercial Real Estate:

Complementing this transformative project is STRUCTURE Commercial Real Estate's recent lease signing with the Apalachee Center. Located at 2600 Centennial Blvd, this strategic move signifies both growth and diversification within the local healthcare landscape. By offering a comprehensive range of outpatient programs and specialized initiatives, the Apalachee Center expands the scope of available services, addressing critical needs in mental health and substance abuse disorders.

FSU's Live Oak Behavioral Health Outpatient Program

The Live Oak Behavioral Health Outpatient Program is a collaborative effort between the

Apalachee Center, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, and the Florida State University College of Medicine. This innovative initiative consolidates resources from leading behavioral health providers and academia, streamlining access to psychiatric care for the community. The program emphasizes preventive care and intensive outpatient services, reducing the reliance on inpatient hospitalization. Moreover, the Florida State University College of Medicine, in partnership with Apalachee Center and Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, has received initial accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for its psychiatry residency program, addressing a critical need for the training of mental health care providers for the region and the state. The program will provide four years of training in psychiatry for medical school graduates and welcome the first four residents on July 1.


As Tallahassee emerges as a healthcare hotspot, fueled by landmark projects and strategic collaborations, the future looks promising for both investors and residents alike. The TMH FSU Academic Health Center and the Apalachee Center's expansion signify a commitment to innovation, excellence, and community well-being. With each development, Tallahassee solidifies its position as a dynamic destination for healthcare innovation, poised to shape the future of the industry in North Florida and beyond.


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