Twin Cities Orthopedics Breaks Ground on Brooklyn Park Facility
Brooklyn Park’s Highway 610 corridor continues to boom with new development. One of the latest projects features Twin Cities Orthopedics, which broke ground Wednesday on a new state-of-the-art facility.
The Brooklyn Park City Council approved the two-story medical building Jan. 25. Officials with Twin Cities Orthopedics say this project will not only bring a top-notch medical facility, but jobs too. They say the project will bring in about 40 jobs to start, but that could grow to 100 in the next few years.
“This will give us an opportunity to create more jobs for our residents in our community for years and years to come,” said Brooklyn Park City Council member Boyd Morson, who attended Wednesdays groundbreaking.
Crews are already working on the 40,000-square-foot facility. It will offer a physician’s clinic, hand therapy, advanced MRI and CT imaging scanners, and sports performance space.
Company officials say Brooklyn Park is the perfect spot because it’s growing and underserved in orthopedic care.
“It seemed like an ideal location,” said Dr. Paul Diekmann, orthopedic surgeon with Twin Cities Orthopedics. “Certainly the volume, the way that the area is growing and the traffic on 610, suggest that this will be a place that will be growing for years.”
The Twin Cities Orthopedics Brooklyn Park location is expected to open its doors spring of 2022.