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Inland Development Tapped for Northalsted Healthcare Center

Inland National Development Company (INDC) was selected by LGBTQ healthcare organization Howard Brown Health to develop its newest healthcare center in the North Side’s Northalsted neighborhood (formerly known as Boystown).
“The selection of Inland is the culmination of a three-year site selection process,” said Daniel Nack, principal of VCRE. Howard Brown Health was represented by VCRE, which managed a competitive RFP process for this project. 
Howard Brown Health plans to build a five-story, 71,000-square-foot healthcare center located at 3501 North Halsted. The medical facility will offer a full range of services, including medical and dental clinics, pharmacy, behavioral health, administrative offices and ground floor retail. Nearly 30 parking and bicycle spaces are also included in the plans.  
Founded in 1974, Howard Brown Health serves more than 35,000 adults and youth annually and currently has 11 clinics across Chicago’s neighborhoods.

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