The MCA Campus is home to a number of major health care education, delivery and research institutions, including:
Development of the campus is ongoing, with space and infrastructure available to support biotechnology companies and health care delivery organizations. View Real Estate opportunities
The strategic vision for the MCA campus is to become a world-class complex of medical facilities that make up a major economic engine for the region. The MCA takes a leadership role with respect to campus development, leading master planning and zoning efforts, as well as working with the city to develop incentive programs for the campus tenants.
The MCA takes a leadership role with respect to campus planning activities, leading master planning and zoning efforts, as well as working with the city to develop incentive programs for the campus tenants.
The MCA Foundation’s commitment to building the Paso del Norte region’s biomedical industry includes developing facilities and infrastructure on the MCA Campus. Our completed projects include the Cardwell Collaborative and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing.
As the MCA Campus in South Central El Paso develops, it is transforming a historically underserved neighborhood whose infrastructure, such as roads, utilities, signage and landscaping have long been in need of upgrades and improvements.
To create a campus that is a safe, healthy and beautiful place to live and work, the MCA Foundation has embraced the practice of urban design master planning. A master plan—created with input of urban designers and neighborhood residents—is a documented, long-term, flexible framework for developing and improving a neighborhood.
The MCA Foundation works closely with the City of El Paso, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and other stakeholders to ensure the development of a campus that is beautiful to look at, easy to get around, environmentally friendly, and supported by state-of-the art utility and transportation infrastructure. Recent planning and support activities include: