Posted on September 10th, 2009 by Kelley Luckstein
Mayo Clinic Hospital is seeking Phoenix's permission to put up the Valley's tallest buildings outside of .
Citing an aging population that will increase demand on hospitals, Mayo wants to construct a new hospital building and four outpatient clinic and office structures on its campus at 56th Street and Mayo Boulevard in . The buildings would be 250 feet high - taller than any buildings in Arizona north of Thomas Road.
"The message is that Mayo is here for the long term," said Steven Pattyn, Mayo's director of campus and facilities management.
The Arizona Republic by Michael Clancy, 09/06/09
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