Massachusetts General Hospital Plans More Than $1B Expansion in Boston

Thu January 31, 2019 - Northeast Edition #3
Associated Press


The new additions will be located entirely within the hospital’s current campus, with a facade to go along Cambridge Street.
(Massachusetts General Hospital photo)
The new additions will be located entirely within the hospital’s current campus, with a facade to go along Cambridge Street. (Massachusetts General Hospital photo)

BOSTON (AP) Massachusetts General Hospital said it will spend more than $1 billion to expand its Boston campus.

Hospital President Peter Slavin announced the plans in a Jan. 22 email, saying the hospital will build a 12-story structure for 450 single-bed rooms housed in a pair of connected towers.

The new additions will be located entirely within the hospital's current campus, with a facade to go along Cambridge Street.

MGH, which is owned by Partners Healthcare, filed a letter of intent with city planners at the Boston Planning & Development Agency Jan 23.

Slavin said the development is planned to start in 2020 and be completed by 2026.




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