Premier’s plan calls for most of the buildings to be demolished to turn the property into a shovel-ready site.
Premier also plans to provide a $10 million donation toward the property’s redevelopment.
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Shultz said a lot of big ideas have been floated to bring in new development, but the streets and infrastructure wouldn’t be able to sustain much. But he said turning the hospital into condominiums with retail on the ground floor is one idea that makes sense.
“With Good Sam’s closure, there’s renewed hope,” he said.
The hospital’s closure and the property’s future will be the main topic at the neighborhood group’s next meeting, 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Omega Baptist Church, 1821 Emerson Ave.