University of Maryland Medical Center getting new look

New downtown Baltimore 10-story cancer center will change appearance of the hospital building

January 8, 2020

A new, 10-story cancer center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in downtown Baltimore will change the appearance of the front of the hospital building, according to an article on the Baltimore Sun website.

The cubic glass and steel structure will cover the existing building’s brick, institutional look.

The building will be new but function as an addition to the existing hospital. 

The driveway and hospital’s main lobby will remain in the same place, though they will undergo extensive renovations, with the building constructed two stories above it, the article said.

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