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Kettering Health said on Wednesday it was unable to provide the number of jobs that are expected to be hosted on the site. But the city’s approval is a welcome step, the applicant said.

“We are delighted to start and hand over the plans for the building permits and we will start as soon as possible to get all of our different approvals, at the municipality level,” said John Kopilchack, Director of Development at Synergy Building Systems, a Beavercreek Company representing the landowner.

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The one-story facility is slated to open in fall 2022 and will operate under the Kettering Physician Network, according to Kettering Health.

The regional health care provider said the site will include primary care, specialist services, laboratory and imaging services, as well as education, wellness and support programs.

The office building will include a care team of medical care providers, including physicians and advanced practice providers, Kettering Health said.

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The land is owned by Queen City Lease Management LLC, according to Montgomery County records. Queen City bought it in 2017 for $ 9.2 million, according to the documents.

The site is where developer Larry Dillin offered an investment of another $ 130 million before pulling it out in January 2020, according to Dayton Daily News archives.

Kroger operated the site from 1979 to 2011, when he opened a new Kroger Market just south of the building, said city planner Mark Yandrick.

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