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Large dental clinic begins construction in Franklin

Land and Space

Journal Sentinel business reporter Tom Daykin talks about commercial real estate and development.

Dec. 14, 2010

By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel

Dec. 14, 2010 0

Madison-based Iconica Inc. recently broke ground on a 22,000-square-foot dental clinic for Dental Associates Ltd. at 6835-6865 S. 27th St., in Franklin.

The new facility will house the organization’s corporate offices, and accommodate 12 to 15 full-time dentists. Iconica collaborated with Demsky Design Group for the architecture, and is also providing interior design, engineering and general contracting services for the project. Completion is scheduled for summer of 2011.

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