Defying slump, developers plan hospital industry center in Manhattan
New York Times, November 20, 2008
The Greater New York Hospital Association, developer Extell, and a financier are teaming up in hopes of building a 60-story glass-and-steel tower on the West Side of Manhattan that would function as an international showcase and permanent conference center for the hospital industry. The developers or their representatives said they imagined the building as a permanent exhibition center for hundreds of vendors to the medical industry.
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