Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Center (NMSMC) will open its seventh facility in Boyne City this July. The business will occupy 4,573 square feet in the former bus garage building at 210 S. Lake St., which most recently served as the home of the Boyne Arts Collective. The development owned by Catt Development will also include 7 Monks Tap Room, slated to open in June.
"We are pleased to have NMSMC as a partner in our development," said developer Glen Catt. "I believe having a good mix of tenants is vital to the success of any development. NMSMC is a proven operator that will draw people to downtown Boyne City all year long and during the hours when traffic and parking aren't an issue. They have a history of being involved with the communities they are in, and will be a great addition to Boyne City."
Started in 1987 by Chuck Smith, Michigan Sports Medicine Center is an outpatient facility that provides physical and occupational therapy, aquatic therapy, and specializes in athletic injury rehabilitation. Services include sports medicine, physical and occupational therapy and athletic trainer services designed to meet individual needs. The business will employ 5 or 6 people in Boyne City and another 4 or 5 indirectly supporting this facility. "We are committed to providing the highest quality care with a strong focus on patient satisfaction," said Smith, the owner and founder. "People who reside in and visit Northern Michigan lead active and vigorous lifestyles. They enjoy activities. When injury or illness threatens their activity, we offer a proactive way to resume their lifestyles." Full press release.> To learn more about Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Center visit their website. To learn more about the South Lake Street Redevelopment project, contact Boyne City Main Street at 231.582.9009 or firstname.lastname@example.org.