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Commercial Real Estate Awards 2018: Best Medical Project


Location: 3782 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008

Size: 105,000 sf

Developer: Kaiser Permanente

Contractor: Turner Construction Company

Architect: HOK

The 105,000 sf, LEED Platinum Kaiser Permanente Medical Office Building, located on an 8.6 acre landscaped park in Baldwin Hills, is the newest and largest Kaiser MOB to exemplify two Kaiser experimental Southern California initiatives:

• Project RAD (Re-imagining Ambulatory Design): Kaiser Permanente believes the answer for creating member and community engagement lies within a vision for a system of healthcare known as Life Integration, which shifts the center of care from Kaiser Permanente medical offices into their members’ activities, relationships, and communities Included in this vision is the redesign of the ambulatory delivery system by changing the way Kaiser Permanente can meet patients’ needs through building design and enhanced operational workflows.

• Cultivate: CULTIVATE is a suite of tools and resources that leverages both Kaiser Permanente resources and existing community programs to achieve strategic improvements in health outcomes. It addresses the social determinants of health, and integrates the community as a key element in KP service delivery infrastructure.


Location: 12746 West Jefferson Blvd, Playa Vista, CA 90094

Size: 31,532 sf

Developer: Cedars-Sinai

Contractor: TIS Construction Services Inc.

Architect: ZGF Architects LLP

Centrally located at Runway, an outdoor mall containing restaurants, shops, and a movie theater in Playa Vista, the 31,532 sf Cedars-Sinai, Playa Vista Physician Office & Urgent Care consists of three floors, each offering a different type of care — Urgent Care, Primary Care, and OB/GYN and Pediatrics services. The clinic design appeals to the demographically diverse tech community of Silicon Beach by providing convenient access to quality patient-centered services close to where people live and work.

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