Minnesota plans 'destination medical center' projects

May 8, 2015

A pair of recently approved projects are part of a plan to build Rochester — location of the Mayo Clinic — into a bigger destination, according to an article on the TwinCities.com website.

Construction of a Hilton hotel with special amenities tailored for medical clientele and the purchase of Chateau Theatre in downtown Rochester have been approved.

The four-star hotel will have features like places for in-building blood draws for patients of nearby Mayo Clinic.

The Chateau Theatre building has most recently been used as a Barnes and Noble bookstore, but the use of the space has not yet been decided.

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