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A rendering of the orthopedic medical center proposed in Lady Lake by Surgical Practice Resource Group of Florida Inc.
A rendering of the orthopedic medical center proposed in Lady Lake by Surgical Practice Resource Group of Florida Inc. (Studio+ Architecture)

The Town of Lady Lake will consider plans for a new medical clinic with orthopedic services at its Town Commission meeting on Monday.

Littlejohn Engineering Associates has submitted a site plan for a 26,540-square-foot multi-specialty medical facility on a 9.77-acre parcel at 539 Rolling Acres Road. The land already zoned for Industrial use, which would allow the medical office use.

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Surgical Practice Resource Group of Florida Inc. out of Leesburg is the project developer and owns the land, paying $900,000 for it in October 2015.

The company is described online as a startup business formed in 2015 around orthopedic healthcare services, per an executive's LinkedIn page. A spokeswoman for the group declined to comment on Thursday.

The group expect to build the development in two phases if approved. The project engineer, George Huddleston of Littlejohn, did not respond to requests for comment. Studio+ is the project's architect.

The land sits just south of the Villages Industrial Center, and north of Citizen's First Bank Processing Center and the Fort Knox Storage Facility. It is one of the few remaining undeveloped properties in that area of Rolling Acres Road north of Highway 466.

The applicant is requesting waivers to install fewer trees than code calls for.

Teresa Burney can be reached at 352-455-1955 or at Teresaburney4@gmail.com. Follow GrowthSpotter on FacebookTwitterand LinkedIn.

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