Medical University of South Carolina renovating retail space into outpatient clinic with ASC: 5 key points

Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina is transforming a former J.C. Penney building into an outpatient clinic, according to Post and Courier.

Here are four key points:

1. MUSC leased the facility for $2-plus million and will use the space for a musculoskeletal service line, imaging, patient services and support.

2. The 126,000-square-foot space will also include an ASC.

3. Post and Courier reports MUSC will put in nearly $16.4 million to renovate the facility and the developer will provide the rest for a total of $32.9 million.

4. A MUSC spokesperson did not provide a timeline for the project's completion.

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