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For No. General Hospital project Crow/Becom Real, Inc. selected.

Crow/Becom Real, Inc., a joint venture, has begun work on a $5.8 million annex building at 1824-30 Madison Avenue and retrofit of selected departments at the newly opened North General Hospital at 1879 Madison Avenue in Harlem. The project is made possible because the 240-bed hospital built by the joint venture at 119th Street and Madison Avenue came in substantially below budget and ahead of schedule.

"We're pleased that we were able to bring the original project in early and under budget to provide needed medical services for the community," said Jack J. Woolf, president and CEO, Crow Construction Company. "The hospital building was $3 million under budget and was completed six months ahead of schedule. Additional funds became available from savings on capitalized interest costs spurred by the early completion of the job."

The annex will significantly increase North General's capabilities to provide mental health and substance abuse services to the community.

The 30,000-square-foot, five-story annex will house in alcohol treatment center, family services unit, adolescent substance abuse clinic and miscellaneous administrative offices. The retrofit areas in the existing hospital will allow for expanded primary care, AIDS treatment and ambulatory services.
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Title Annotation:joint venture Crow/Becom Real Inc. selected to build annex at North General Hospital in Harlem, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 10, 1992
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