Chicago planners back plan for high-rise hospital with heliport
Chicago Tribune, December 14, 2007
The Chicago Plan Commission has favored a plan from Children's Memorial Hospital's plan to build a 22-story hospital crowned with a heliport. Plans for the $1 billion hospital, which would replace Children's aging Lincoln Park location, still must clear the City Council's zoning panel as well as the full city council.
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