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More Medical Space Coming To Leland Area

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 15, 2019
Bluewater Medical Center is on the rise at 1001 Olde Waterford Way in Leland. (Photo courtesy of GOBN LLC)
Crews are working on a new medical building at 1001 Olde Waterford Way in the growing northern Brunswick County town of Leland.

Dermatologist Thomas Braza, who has a practice in Whiteville, is going into a 5000 square foot space in what will be called the Bluewater Medical Center, and his practice there is scheduled to open by the end of the summer 2019, according to an announcement from development firm GOBN LLC.

Bluewater Medical Center has another 5,000 square feet of space available and is looking for a medical practice that will complement Braza's, according to the announcement.
 
"We are excited and grateful for our design-build partnership with Lisle Architecture and DAE [General Contractors]. The property is in a fantastic location. It has everything we looked for-- it’s easy to find and is very convenient to other businesses, grocery stores, banks, restaurants, coffee shops and cafes," the announcement stated. "These close-proximity amenities make the work-life-appointment balance much easier for all involved, from the staff to the patients."
 
The developers said they are "excited to bring quality office space to the burgeoning Leland area."

DAE owner Jonathan Earle said, "It's going to be a really good-looking building."
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