Short Pump medical park cuts ribbon on first office

The first of three medical office buildings at West Creek Medical Park celebrated its opening on Thursday. Photos by Katie Demeria.

The first of three medical office buildings at West Creek Medical Park celebrated its opening on Thursday. Photos by Katie Demeria.

The medical office campus of a Short Pump development is taking shape.

The first of three 60,000-square-foot buildings in the West Creek Medical Park, the Notch at West Creek’s medical office development, has opened with three tenants squared away.

The building was a joint venture between Lingerfelt Commonwealth Partners and Stony Point-based healthcare firm Medarva, the anchor tenant in the first building.

Medarva is joined in the building by Virginia Physicians for Women and Dr. Jeffrey Zuravleff, a local plastic surgeon. Construction began in January 2014 and tenants began moving in a year later.

The overarching West Creek Business Park is a 3,000-acre development owned by the Pruitt Cos., led by Tommy and Michael Pruitt, and the Riverstone Group, which is part of Bill Goodwin’s CCA Industries. The Notch is a 230-acre development within West Creek.

“We think it all works together,” Tommy Pruitt said. “The medical office, the general office, the apartments, the hotels, we think they all work together.”

He said Pruitt Cos. is now in serious discussions with a hotel group and a general office developer and is working up retail development along Broad Street. There is no construction at the Notch at the moment, but some should start this year.

“It’s falling into place very well, and we’re very, very happy that Medarva and Lingerfelt picked the Notch for this building,” Pruitt said.

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