Friday, August 28, 2015

Tour of Church Health Center's New Space in Crosstown Building

Posted By on Fri, Aug 28, 2015 at 11:35 AM

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The Church Health Center (CHC), one of the main tenants to be located in the Crosstown Concourse building, gave a hard hat tour on Thursday afternoon of what will be their new space when construction on the million-square-foot former Sears Crosstown building wraps up in early 2017.

The CHC is consolidating their entire operation, including their Church Health Center Wellness facility on Union, into the Crosstown building. Currently, the CHC operates out of 13 buildings. Their main space will occupy all of the second floor of the Crosstown building, but they'll also inhabit some of the first floor and have some office spaces on the third floor.

The move will allow the CHC to increase their square footage from 120,600 feet to 149,000 feet. The building will also house Memphis Teacher Residency, Gestalt Community Schools, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Christian Brothers University, A Step Ahead Foundation, Crosstown Arts, and several other health and education institutions and foundations.

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