Queens, New York
The new building comprises six stories and a cellar, with a total gross square footage of 83,177. It includes one level of dental care on the second floor, three clinical levels on floors three through five, and one level for administration, consultation, and education. There are also two levels of parking on the cellar and first floor.
Client: Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
MEP: Loring Consulting Engineers
Civil: Prime Engineering
Lighting: Jim Conti Lighting Design
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