Voters approve $1.74B bond for Seattle hospital revamp

With the financing, Harborview Medical Center is aiming to build a $952 million tower and a $79 million behavioral health center. The financing would also be utilized for remodellings and to guarantee the building fulfills earthquake-resistance requirements.

It likewise would create area for 150 respite beds to assist homeless people recover after hospitalization..

Alia Paavola –
Wednesday, November 4th, 2020

The proposal will replace an ending tax levy..

Harborview Medical Center in Seattle will be getting major upgrades after a $1.74 billion bond procedure to fund the deal was authorized by citizens Nov. 3, according to the Seattle Times..

King County Proposition No. 1 was leading with simply under 78 percent of the count on Nov. 3, according to the report. By Washington state law, bond steps need 60 percent approval to pass..

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