Liberty Dialysis press release for web lsThe Liberty Dialysis Center has opened its new offices at Kenwood Crossing II in Kenwood.

Kenwood Crossing II is a $5.5 million, 31,600 square foot, Class A medical office space at 8251 Pine Road. The center has leased 16,500 square feet, bringing building occupancy to 67 percent. A ribbon-cutting for Kenwood Crossing II was held in late 2008.

Developer Neyer Properties incorporated many of the same sustainable design attributes used in its Keystone Parke and Red Bank Crossing II projects into the newly-completed Kenwood Crossings II office space.

“We pride ourselves as an organization in providing first-class facilities for our patients,” said Andrew Mitzen, executive vice president of development for Liberty Dialysis based in Mercer Island, Washington. “In comparing Neyer Properties to other locations we have explored, it became apparent that their buildings are designed efficiently and with high-quality finishes. We were impressed with the building facade and how well it blended into the surrounding environment. As we expand in the Ohio area we will look toward other Neyer properties.”

Liberty Dialysis has more than 70 dialysis clinics in the U.S., and has a history of developing clinics in underserved communities. It often partners with nephrologists and hospitals in the communities it serves to own and operate its clinics. Liberty Dialysis clinics routinely offer wireless internet access and individual TVs so patients can continue to work as they receive treatment.

Neyer Properties is a full-service commercial real estate developer providing land acquisition and development, financing, real estate planning and consulting, architectural and engineering design, construction, and leasing.

The firm is headquartered at Keystone Parke in Evanston, the first green office campus in the tri-state. Keystone Parke’s office interior recently achieved LEED Gold designation from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). It has also has attained LEED Silver for its building core and shell.