Grunow Memorial Medical Center is one of Phoenix’ s most significant Spanish Colonial Revival buildings complete with Churrigueresque cast stone entry and wrought iron gables at the windows. The dramatic vaulted interior lobby is surrounded by limestone walls and polished marble floors. Its two outdoor courtyards with water features provide a relaxing place for both tenants and patients visiting the center. It is listed on both the National Register of Historical Places and the City of Phoenix Historic Property Registry.
Grunow Memorial Medical Center is an integral mainstay of the Central Phoenix medical services hub that serves greater Phoenix. Within a 10-mile radius, there are 13 major hospital and medical campus facilities. The closest in proximity is a Level I Trauma Center the 668-bed Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center located adjacent to Grunow. The 28-acre downtown Phoenix Biomedical Campus that houses medical, bioscience and research facilities is located one mile south and both the 435-bed Phoenix Children’ s Hospital and the 607-bed St. Joseph’ s Medical Center are located approximately two miles north. The property is centrally located to an impressive amount of residents within Metropolitan Phoenix. There are approximately 342,710 residents within a five mile radius and roughly 2.29 million residents within a 30-minute drive time. The property is located nearly one mile from both Interstate 10 and State Route 51 freeways for easy access to all of greater Phoenix.