Healthcare Chaplaincy (HCC)
ARCHITECT: FXFowle Architects, LLP
HCC had a bold strategic mission to build a mixed-use building complex in Manhattan on a site it purchased that occupied 265-275 Cherry Street, which was to serve as the Chaplaincy’s new offices and educational facility headquarters. The new community facility was to be called the National Center for Palliative Care Innovation, and included an enhanced end-of-life assisted living facility known as The Residence; office space to support The Residence; an independent Group Medical Practice; and a community-oriented multi-use event space.
Cirgenski+Company spearheaded the development process as Development Manager. We provided site evaluation criteria, financial analyses, creating all of the financial models of the entire development, overall project scheduling, and sources and strategies for financing. The Chaplaincy was to own The Residence and its own offices, with the other components of the facility to be condominiums. HCC intended the facility to be eligible for a LEED Platinum certification.
SIZE: 195,000 SF
SCHEDULE: Closings were scheduled for March 2015; Construction was to begin May 2015
REFERENCES: Eric Hall, current President & CEO
Walter J. Smith, former President & CEO
Images courtesy of FXFowle Architects, LLP.