University of Miami Breaks Ground On 12-Story Cancer Center

A groundbreaking ceremony was held by the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine on June 2 for a 244,000-square-foot Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center – Transformational Cancer Research Building.

HOK is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
25 days ago

Great location that adds to the health district! Make Miami a Pharma & BioTech Capital!

Anonymous
25 days ago

MDC needs to step it up and build up all the parking lots

Anonymous
25 days ago

Correction, they need to sell off their parking lots to developers who will actually build, and use the money to rebuild their eyesore main campus building vertical. MDC can’t compete with UF anyway.

nobody
24 days ago

MDC serves different needs than UF. Both are needed and it’s not a competition.

Miami winning
25 days ago

Beautiful. Need more projects like this that bring good paying jobs.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Excellent news for the city, which has a state-of-the-art teaching hospital for cancer treatment.

Se me paro'
25 days ago

Very nice building

Melo is sigma and chad
25 days ago

Love the density that area has.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
25 days ago

Miami winning !!!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Very nice designed building, but please skip the stupid artwork on the outside.

yanno
25 days ago

calling it art is generous

Anonymous
25 days ago

lol…

Anonymous
24 days ago

Oh, so I laugh at what “yanno” wrote and somebody gives me a “thumb down.”

Miami has some real r e t a r d s living in it.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Pretty much the case for ninety-five percent of murals in the city.

Paranoid Android
25 days ago

Very nice!

Mia
21 days ago

I work in cancer research here at the University of Miami, I’m so excited for this new center!

Realtalk Reilly
25 days ago

I’m just here for the comments and so far am disappointed that I’m not more disappointed. I fully expected to see people crapping on an actual cancer research center lol. Maybe you’re not as nasty a crowd as I thought. Or maybe I just have to be more patient.

“Haha! You mean, like a cancer patient, Reilly?”

No, not like that.