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Old Posted Sep 10, 2012, 5:46 PM
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http://online.wsj.com/article/APd1d6...074bd94cc.html

NYC is getting 2 new science, medical facilities

September 10, 2012

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Two state-of-the-art science and medical facilities will be built on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The announcement was made Monday by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and the City University of New York.

Sloan-Kettering will build a cancer care facility that will feature innovative outpatient treatment programs. CUNY's Hunter College will build a Science and Health Professions building to upgrade its science and nursing facilities.

Currently, Hunter's health sciences and basic sciences are located at two different campuses.


http://www.rew-online.com/2012/09/10...al-facilities/

City reaches agreement for Sloan-Kettering and CUNY medical facilities

September 10, 2012
By Al Barbarino

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The city reached an agreement with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the City University of New York today for the construction of two new state-of-the-art science and medical facilities on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The city will sell a 66,000 s/f site at 525 East 73rd Street for $215 million. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center will construct an up to 750,000 s/f cancer care facility and CUNY Hunter College will build an up to 336,000 s/f Science and Health Professions building to upgrade its science and nursing facilities.

The project is expected to create more than 3,200 construction jobs and nearly 830 permanent jobs, according to an analysis conducted by the New York City Economic Development Corporation and it will capitalize on considerable growth occurring in science, technology and research fields in New York.
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