Here’s who is moving to the former Huffy HQ

A group of independent physicians will be moving into the former Huffy headquarters.

Beavercreek-based Mills Development said Tuesday that PriMed Physicians will be the first major tenant for the 6551 Centerville Business Parkway building, which the developer bought in July.

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Construction on the building will begin in a few months with PriMed Physicians moving in the spring of 2020. Mills Development plans to spend more than $3 million on upgrading the building, which is in addition to the $1.5 million the firm spent on buying the property.

Mills said that PriMed will lease about half of the 30,000 square foot building. About 15,000 square feet of the building is still available for lease.

The Dayton-area group of physician practices, which is headquartered in the Wright Dunbar neighborhood, will consolidate several area practices to the new location.

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“This new facility allows us to replace our current aging facilities in Centerville for family practice and pediatrics and in Kettering for pediatrics,” said Ted Inman, PriMed Physicians CEO.

“We greatly appreciate PriMed’s commitment to our community. They are activating an underutilized property and providing a valuable service to so many families in the region,” Brooks Compton, Centerville Mayor, said in a statement.

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