Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

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Edward Carmody


Beacon Hill;West End

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 most recently filed an IMP in April 2021 outlining ten years of projected growth and including the proposed Clinical Building project. This project proposes the construction of a new building that will include approximately 1,050,450 square feet of Gross Floor Area. The Proposed Project will be located on land within the MGH Main Campus in downtown Boston bounded generally by Blossom Street to the east, Cambridge Street to the south and North Grove Street and MGH properties to the west and north. The Proposed Project will include new beds and clinical facilities, and result in approximately 94 net new beds following decommissioning of existing beds in older facilities and conversion of existing double beds into single beds. The Proposed Project will have approximately six below grade stories including approximately 977 parking spaces, as well as new bicycle storage.
Land Square Feet: 972,890 ft2