Grand Central Park has announced the addition of Sam Houston State University’s proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine, a major step in fulfilling the master-planned community’s goal of bringing a higher education component to the City of Conroe.
Situated on a 7.3-acre property on I-45 just south of South Loop 336, the college will feature a five-story, 216,000 square foot building. Phase one of the building will be 108,000 square feet with surface parking. A future phase two expansion will add another 108,000 square feet. Surface parking will then be decreased with the addition of a parking garage.
“An academic setting has always been a part of our long-range plan,” notes Shannon League, director of marketing for Grand Central Park. “We’re delighted to serve as the home of Montgomery County’s newest medical school.”
Construction of the building is scheduled to start by the end of 2018 with substantial completion by December 2019. Click here for a fact sheet about the new campus.