CLEVELAND- New plans for one of Northeast Ohio’s most prominent hospitals.
MetroHealth Medical Center announced a major investment aimed at energizing the neighborhood that surrounds it. The new project is about lifting up people who work for MetroHealth and for those who live in the community around it.
Friday morning, the hospital’s CEO announced plans to build three housing developments in the neighborhood.
The first will be 72 low and moderate income apartments on Metro’s campus. They expect to begin construction next year in what is now a parking lot at West 25th and Sackett Avenue.
MetroHealth also plans to build a five-story apartment building for medical residents and an 80-unit building that will be available to anyone in the community.
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