OhioHealth has completed construction of a $90 million administrative campus on 13 acres near Riverside Methodist Hospital off Olentangy River Road in northwest Columbus.
Move-in has begun at the 270,000 square-foot site, where about 1,600 employees will be housed, the health system said.
The David P. Blom Administrative Campus, named for the OhioHealth president and CEO who will retire June 30, is at 3430 OhioHealth Parkway.
The new public street runs though the campus from West North Broadway south to a retail area, which includes a Kohl's department store. The street was built with assistance from the city, which had agreed to up to $40 million in road improvements to benefit the OhioHealth project and the gift of land upon which a now-closed Route 315 exit ramp sat.
Columbus Department of Development spokeswoman Cynthia Rickman said she expects the road improvements to come in under budget.
The city also gave OhioHealth $6 million in income-tax incentives.
OhioHealth has promised to add 900 new jobs to the Olentangy River Road area and provide at least $7.3 million in community benefits over five years.
Construction of the new building began in spring 2017.
Designed by architecture firm Moody Nolan and built by development firm Daimler, the site offers workspace with many floor-to-ceiling windows. It also features a meeting area and a retreat center, a chapel, cafeteria and a coffee shop, a parking garage and lot, and a courtyard, walking path and fitness center.
Employees also have access to an on-site drop-in medical office and a prescription center.
OhioHealth employs about 30,000 physicians and other employees throughout the state. Officials say the facility will consolidate 22 locations, including the corporate office Downtown at 180 E. Broad St.
The property was owned by OhioHealth prior to construction and was used for a parking lot and distribution center.