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Inova Hosting Meeting Next Week to Discuss Proposed Medical Facility in Oakville

Developers are planning to host an online meeting next week to update the public on plans to build a large new health center at the heart of the redeveloping Oakville Triangle.

Stonebridge and Inova Health Systems held meetings earlier this year discussing proposed plans to build a “Inova HealthPlex” — which will have emergency room services, an outpatient care center and medical offices. The developers gathered community feedback and submitted concept development applications.

Now Inova and Stonebridge are coming back with new designs for public consideration.

“The community is invited to participate in the applicants’ next virtual engagement opportunity on Tuesday, November 10th at 6 p.m.,” the city said on its website. “The live presentation will be held via Zoom where the community may ask questions directly in the online forum. Meeting topics include an update to the project schedule in preparation for upcoming public hearings, updated conceptual renderings of building and site designs, updates to the Block C open space design, among others.”

The call in number for the meeting is 301-715-8592 and the passcode is 287000.

The project is planned for review by the Planning Commission and City Council this fall and development special use permits in early 2021.

Images via City of Alexandria

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