Health system trades land with Chicago Housing Authority for ambulatory care unit
Chicago Tribune, April 22, 2009
Sinai Health System announced that it will receive property north of its Mt. Sinai Hospital for a campus redevelopment plan under a land swap approved by the Chicago Housing Authority Board. CHA will provide to Sinai a parcel for a new parking lot and a 200,000-square-foot ambulatory care center, Sinai said. In return, Sinai is transferring to CHA a parcel. Sinai said the land swap involves no cash payment to the city.
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