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Future Patient Housing Plans and Details

Rendering by L'Heureux Page Werner Architecture
Rendering by L’Heureux Page Werner Architecture

12 Patient Guest Rooms, Approximately 450 square feet each

  • Double Queen Rooms, and Single King Suites
    • Double queen rooms include 2 queen beds
    • Single king suites feature a king bed with separate living room area with sofa bed
  • Adjoining rooms available for larger groups
  • 6 Main level rooms, handicap accessible
  • 6 Second level rooms, provided with elevator access
  • Double Queen Rooms and Single King Suites all include;
    • Kitchenette with refrigerator, sink, coffee maker, and microwave
    • Work desk area with full connectivity (desk level plugs, high speed internet.)
    • Other standard hotel amenities (Bedding, Restrooms, Flat screen TV, storage closet with safe, hair dryer, iron, ironing board, telephone, A/C

Common Amenities (Main level “shared” amenities):

  • Entry Atrium featuring donor recognition tree
  • Self-serve kitchen and dining area (yet to be fully defined)
  • Business Center
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family lounges/Living Rooms (one large room, broken up into 2 or 3 smaller areas)
  • Exterior landscape terrace with fire pit
  • Self-serve Laundry
  • Dedicated parking near entries
  • Check-in area (yet to be fully defined)
  • Donor Recognition Areas
    • Room/Area naming opportunities
      • Lounges, Business Center, Meeting Room, Landscape Terrace, Kitchen/dining
    • Legacy “tree” on wall of entry atrium
    • Donor pavers at entry terrace and or south landscape terrace

Support Areas

  • Housekeeping/Supply area
  • Mechanical/ electrical room
  • Two stairways
  • One elevator

Notes on phasing:

  • Can be constructed in 3 phases relatively easily, with less economy the more you break it up
    • Phase 1: One 2-story/6 unit guest room wing, with the critical support space like mechanical rooms, entry area, and elevator. First phase would be less efficient cost-wise per bearing the full burden of the infrastructure and services that would support the subsequent phases.
    • Phase 2: Second 2-story/6 unit guest room wing
    • Phase 3: Any non-essential amenities that might end up being deferred during the first 2 phases could be constructed later/in a third phase. Things like lounges, business center, meeting rooms, laundry. The concept could also be expanded some to include other amenities that probably wouldn’t fit in the current design, like an exercise room for example.