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Cleveland Clinic’s big projects are on the move

To say that the Cleveland Clinic has a lot of development activity on its plate would be a major understatement. And some of that $1.3 billion worth of construction at its Main Campus is already starting to manifest itself on the landscape. The Clinic is starting site preparation work for its massive new Neurological Institute on Carnegie Avenue. It delivered plans to the city for its expanded Cole Eye Institute. The health care system is prepping the site for the first phase of its new pathogens center. And it is finalizing plans for a full or partial demolition and redevelopment of the ex-Cleveland Play House property, the details for which could be released this fall.

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Cleveland Clinic formally announces expansion

Citing tremendous growth in the number of patients seeking health care, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF) today formally announced plans for $1.3 billion worth of facilities expansion worldwide. But most of the new construction is planned for its main campus near University Circle in Cleveland.

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Cleveland Clinic advances its ‘Big 3’ projects

Cleveland’s largest employer is about to get even larger. While Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF) is officially mum on expansion details, NEOtrans is hearing rumors from sources that one or more of their “Big 3” projects may be bigger than originally anticipated.

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New pathogen center heralds start of Innovation District

Earlier this year, state and local officials announced the launch of the Cleveland Innovation District and the availability of $565 million in public funds to get it rolling. Not wasting any time, Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to firms to design and build a research campus led by a new Global Center for Pathogen Research & Human Health. The RFP provides a little more clarity on what CCF has in mind for the research campus and pathogens center.

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