This past weekend, the city closed off one block of South Ashland Avenue in the Illinois Medical District to allow Power Construction could lift a pedestrian bridge into place. The bridge connects the new Joan and Paul Rubschlager Building to Rush University Medical Center on the west side of Ashland.
After breaking ground in June of 2019, the 10-story, 480,000-square-foot outpatient care facility is expected to open to patients in 2022 opening. It is a design by West Loop architecture firm Nia Architects in collaboration with HDR.
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