Children’s Hospital’s $225 million campus expansion and upgrade kicked off recently, the first phase of which is a new parking garage.
The new expansion expands the current medical complex to the old New Orleans Adolescent Hospital campus, an adjacent 17-acre site it purchased in 2014.
The first phase includes renovating historic structures, demolishing six others, building an 600-car parking garage, a new 267,000 square-foot critical-care building, and a new $2 million “The House That Hogs Built”, a facility for families whose children are in surgery at the hospital. The expansion will create a new cancer center with inpatient and outpatient services, new critical care facilities, the new parking garage and an elevated walkway across Henry Clay Avenue to connect the two campuses.
Check out the video rendering below of the final concept.
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