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Public Meeting: Women & Children’s Hospital Reuse

The big meeting that everyone has been waiting for, regarding future use of the Children’s Hospital site, is set to take place on Thursday, January 28, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Kleinhan’s Music Hall. On that day, the community will get a chance to check out the site proposals from the developers that submitted proposals to Kaleida Health – Pyramid Brokerage, Ciminelli Real Estate, Ellicott Development, Sinatra & Company Real Estate and Uniland Development.

The future of the hospital complex site is considered a real game changer for the Elmwood Village community. The parcel in question is vast, and has the potential to enhance the village tremendously. Rarely do we get to see such a large scale property package go up for RFP, in the heart of a residential community.

Developers will unveil their proposals at the public meeting. The proposals will be on view and Kaleida will be looking for feedback. The proposals/exhibits will remain on view after the presentations conclude, where people will be able to ask questions and comment.

The hospital is scheduled to move to its new home (the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital) at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in late 2017.

To learn more about the history of the reuse project at hand, click here.

Public Meeting: Women & Children’s Hospital Reuse

Thursday, January 28th
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Kleinhan’s Music Hall
3 Symphony Circle, Buffalo 14201

 

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