Early plans for Virginia Mason Bainbridge clinic

virginia.masonPlans filed with the city show preliminary designs for the future Virginia Mason clinic on Bainbridge Island.

The 30,000-square-foot medical center will be built at Wintergreen Walk, a High School Road shopping center being developed by Visconsi Companies of Ohio.

Virginia Mason plans to relocate its longtime Winslow Way clinic to the new facility in late 2018.

Visconsi proposed a site plan amendment for Wintergreen Walk to accommodate the clinic. A required public participation meeting was scheduled for Monday evening.

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Revised site plan. Click to enlarge.

The proposed revision would replace a 20,000-square-foot medical building in the original plan with the 30,000-square-foot clinic.

The footprint of another building planned on the site will shrink from 7,200 square feet to 4,800 square feet to allow for more clinic parking.

The architectural design will be similar to other buildings approved for the development, according to a project description submitted by Wenzlau Architects of Bainbridge:

“The main façade which faces south is visually split into two masses with a large central glass area. The building design incorporates pitched roofs and a covered entry roof. Building materials are consistent with other buildings in the project site.

“The exterior materials include; concrete masonry units, vertical metal siding, cement board infill panels, asphalt at pitched roofs, storefront windows, exposed wood braces, sunscreens soffits to maintain a rural utilitarian spirit.”

A total of seven buildings are planned for the development. A Key Bank branch and Walgreens pharmacy opened there in November.  

See more Wintergreen Walk clinic plans below (images above are from plans submitted to city and posted online):

50231 PRE Plan Set

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