Located in the Boston's West End neighborhood, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is a major regional provider of health care services. Founded in 1811, it is the second oldest general hospital in the United States. With 1,057 beds, it is the second largest hospital in New England. MGH conducts one of the largest hospital-based research programs in the world, and is well-known worldwide for innovations in cancer, digestive disorders, heart disease, transplantation and vascular medicine. MGH is the primary teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School.
MGH's most recent IMP was approved by the BRA in 2006, and was most recently amended in 2012. The 2012 amendment includes the completion of the Lunder Building; leasing of 46,518 square feet of space for ambulatory, administrative, and research uses; the completion of the MGH Museum on Cambridge Street; and continued commitments to community benefits, transportation, and urban design.
For more information from the BPDA, please contact please contact Jonathan Greeley, Director of Development Review, by email or by telephone at 617.918.4486.
For more information from MGH, please contact the Real Estate & Facilities Department at 617.726.2461.