Presbyterian Healthcare Services invests $260M in 11-story tower, parking garage

Presbyterian Health Services plans to build a $260 million, 11-story patient tower and parking garage on its 111-year-old campus in Albuquerque, N.M.

The 335,000-square-foot tower will house 144 patient rooms, expanding the total number of patient rooms at the hospital to 656. 

The new parking garage will add 800 parking spaces.

If the project is approved by city officials, construction on the tower is expected to be completed in 2022.

"At Presbyterian, our purpose is to improve the health of those we serve. We know that to accomplish this, we must update our hospital infrastructure to meet the current and future health care needs of the community," said Clay Holderman, executive vice president and COO of Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

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