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Daily News: Friday 1/17/20


Iredell Health System Breaks Ground on New $35 Million Facility

The Iredell Health System, a Statesville, N.C.-based healthcare provider, recently held a groundbreaking ceremony on a new 17-acre facility in Mooresville, N.C. The 68,000 square-foot facility is set to open in 2021 and is expected to cost $35 million. The new facility will contain a 24-hour urgent-care center, an ambulatory surgery center, and a diagnostic imaging center. There have also been talks of expanding the center to a total of 200,000 square feet should there be demand for it.

Massive Mixed-Use Tower in San Francisco Gets the Green Light

The Pelli-Clarke-Pelli building, planned to be San Francisco’s fourth-largest tower, has crossed a crucial milestone after receiving approval from the San Francisco City Planning Commission. The 750-foot, mixed-use tower would contain 165 homes, a 189-room hotel, 276,000 square-feet of office space, and 9,000 square feet of retail. Estimated construction timelines and total costs are currently unknown.

High Point Police Department Break Ground on New 80,000 SF Headquarters

The police department of High Point, N.C. has broken ground on a new headquarters building. The new 80,000 square-foot facility will contain office space, meeting rooms, and conference areas, as well as updated safety features both in and around the structure. The project’s estimated construction timeline and costs are currently unknown.

Grocery Store Confirmed for $200 Million Mixed-Use Project in Hartford

Randy Salvatore, the lead developer behind Hartford, Conn.’s Downtown North (DoNo) project, has indicated that a grocery store will be built as a part of the development. DoNo is expected to break ground this spring and will be constructed at an estimated cost of $200 million. Once completed, the project will contain between 800 and 1,000 new apartments as well as 30,000 square-feet of retail space.

Department of Energy Announces Multi-Billion Dollar New Project in New York

The Department of Energy has announced that the Electron-Ion Collider, a machine that will smash a high-energy beam electrons into a collection of protons to uncover the innards of the latter particles, will be built in New York. The machine is expected to cost between $1.6 and $2.6 billion and is scheduled to be fully operational by 2030.

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