Synergy Building Systems, which is contracted on the project, will present the site plan for planning commission approval on Tuesday.
Kettering Health bought the property in June for $1.1 million, according to Montgomery County records.
The building was a former Sears repair shop and former funeral home. County records list it as a 22,012-square-foot building.
Kettering Health Network is a network of eight hospitals, 10 emergency departments, and 120 outpatient facilities.
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The network has been rapidly acquiring real estate and expanding, including planning an additional hospital in Troy and a new medical center in Middletown.
The network also has bought property over the last two years including a Far Hills Avenue office building in Oakwood, a now-demolished car wash in West Carrollton on Dixie Drive and land along Stroop Road Kettering, but has not announced specific plans for the locations.