55 Park Street Laboratory

Construction year: 2010
Address: 55 Park Street | NEW HAVEN-CONNECTICUT | United States
Latitude/Longitude: 41.30579, -72.93559
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The Park Street Building serves as a major laboratory extension to the Yale – New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. The project is situated between two ends of the Yale campus—Central Campus and the Medical Campus—and in turn helps bridge the link between these two halves. Yale is currently divided by way of the Route 34 Corridor, an incomplete highway project which defaults at the Air Rights Parking Garage, located East of the city center.

This project maintains a major through-way to the hospital’s adjacent North Pavilion Cancer Center and also contains the linkage between the main loading area and the North Pavilion of the hospital. Primary site access occurs through the Air Rights Garage (located to the East of the site), as well as via street access at the corner of Park Street and South Frontage Road.

Program uses include: four floors of clinical laboratory space, blood bank, pharmacy, primary loading bay, administrative offices, ground floor retail, and a multi-functional auditorium space. This project will utilize state-of-the-art laboratory technology, and will function as a comfortable working environment which allows for future technology fit-outs.

The Park Street Building provides a vital nexus between various functions of the Yale campus, the Yale New Haven Hospital, and the City of New Haven.



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