Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center—Breast and Imaging Center, New York, N.Y. Courtesy Perkins Eastman
Established: 1981

Staff: 700

Locations: New York, N.Y.; Arlington, Va.; Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago, Ill.; Dubai, UAE; Oakland, Calif.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Stamford, Conn.; Shanghai, China; Toronto, Ont.

Healthcare Markets: Acute Care, Alternative Medicine, Behavioral/Mental Health, Education/Research

Services: Architecture, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Landscape Design, Strategic Planning

Five Projects of Note:

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center—Surgical Center [New York, NY] October 2005

University of Pennsylvania Health System—Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine [Philadelphia, PA] April 2008

NYU Clinical Cancer Center [New York, NY] March 2004

Duke University Medical Center—Emergency Department [Durham, NC] June 2007

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center—Breast and Imaging Center [New York, NY] February 2009

Contact Information:

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center—Surgical Center, New York, N.Y. © Chuck Choi Architectural Photography
Mary-Jean Eastman, FAIA, MRAIC, IIDA

115 Fifth Ave.,

New York, NY 10003

Ph. (212) 353-7200 Fax:(212) 353-7676



NYU Medical Center—Cardiac and Vascular Center, New York, N.Y. © Chuck Choi Architectural Photography
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