Kinsley said the site is an ideal location for medical offices.
"We designed the site and building to accommodate medical offices and medical users," Kinsley said. "There's good parking, easy access and the location makes it great for accessibility."
Kinsey said there has been an unprecedented amount of interest in the project, and he's excited about its prospects.
Baltimore-based Colliers International is handling the leasing for the project.
While no leases have been signed yet, Colliers Managing Director Rob Freedman said the company has received queries from local and out-of-state large medical users, hospital medical systems and private practices.
Freedman would not name specific companies but said he expects Colliers to sign the first lease by the end of October. Three more proposals are in negotiation, he said, and the goal is to have the complex completely leased by December 2013.