New Clinical Sciences Building at Cincinnati Children’s Takes Shape

The outer shell of the $180 million Clinical Sciences Building being constructed at Cincinnati Children’s is 75 percent complete.

The tower on Albert Sabin Way will encompass 425,000 square feet of space for laboratories, research imaging, offices and a research-focused outpatient clinic for clinical trials. The project will bring total research space to 1.4 million square feet, making Cincinnati Children’s the largest pediatric research center in the nation.

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