The Braman Center, part of Mt. Sinai’s affiliation with Columbia University is breaking ground on its $250 million advanced facility in Miami.
The facility is expected to accommodate dozens of clinical trials for new cancer care methods. Plans also include advanced equipment, including two linear accelerators, MRI and PET/CT scanners, and a mammography center. Plans also call for 55 exam rooms, 56 spaces for chemotherapy and phlebotomy stations for up to 10 patients. The facility will also include less-clinical spaces for yoga and physical therapy.
The 220,000-square-foot medical center will be completed in 2025.
The project is backed by billionaires Norman and Irma Braman.
CannonDesign is the architect of the project. Brasfield & Gorrie is the general contractor.
Source: Connect CRE