You might say that East Harlem in Manhattan is well-known for the wrong reasons, such as high rates of crime and joblessness. But the neighborhood, traditionally called El Barrio for its largely Latino population, has shown significant signs of change—and not just gentrification as landlords renovate apartments to lure young professionals able to pay higher rents.
A 'soft' floor used for office space can be converted into inpatient care rooms if needed.
August 1, 2010
The Rabin Medical Center’s 90,000-square-foot Davidoff Comprehensive Cancer Center combines a serene environment, patient-centered care, and operational efficiency in a building designed to fit into Israel’s largest medical campus.