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Center for Health & Healing

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Identification

Center for Health & Healing
Block 25, OHSU Center for Health & Healing, OHSU River Campus, Building One
217593

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
glass
curtain wall
light brown gray
modernism

Usages

university doctor clinic institutional office
parking

Facts

  • 100 percent of the rainwater will be recycled and used to flush public fixtures.
  • The ground floor of the building will house a pharmacy, optical shop, and a café.
  • Located by the Willamette River, this is the centerpiece of the Oregon Health Sciences University complex.
  • The first patients were seen on October 23, 2006, but the grand opening did not occur until December 3, 2006.
  • First large building in the U.S. to replace air conditioning with chilled beams.
  • In 2007, the building became the second Portland building to be awarded with the Platinum LEED certification.
  • When build, the structure's exterior and interior will contain 40,000 square-feel of stone.
  • The wellness center will span three floors and it will include; a gymnasium, two pools, fitness centers, a spa and multipurpose studios.
  • Four levels of the building will be dedicated to educational and research activities.
  • Eight of the sixteen floors will be dedicated to physician practices, imaging, and surgery.

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Location

3303 SW Bond Avenue
SW Moody Avenue, SW Whitaker Street
SW Bond Avenue at SW Curry Street
97239
Corbett/Terwilliger
Southwest
Portland
Oregon
U.S.A.

Technical Data

202.04 ft
16
3
2004
Dec 2006
10
634
$145,400,000

Involved Companies

GBD Architects

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Features & Amenities

  • Rainwater is recycled
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