Cedars-Sinai to build 9-story replacement for Marina Del Rey Hospital

Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai plans to build a nine-story replacement hospital for its Marina Del Rey Hospital, also based in Los Angeles, according to real estate news organization The Real Deal.

The new 269,000-square-foot replacement hospital will house up to 160 beds. It will be located on Lincoln Boulevard in Los Angeles.

It will eventually replace the 60-year-old, 145-bed Marina Del Ray hospital, which has  struggled to meet seismic-retrofit regulations.

Construction is slated to begin in March 2020 and end in 2025.

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