What to do with an empty hospital?

Buffalo News, February 10, 2012
Kaleida Health is offering $1 million to whoever can do some major medicine on the soon-to-be-vacant Millard Fillmore Hospital. The hospital system announced Thursday that it will award the prize to the developer or design team that submits a winning proposal for redevelopment of the hospital at Gates Circle, one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. The developer would not receive the prize until it has completed purchase of the property. By dangling the money, Kaleida hopes to generate interest in the project. But this won't exactly be like winning the lottery.

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