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    Precinct Plan

    Northwest Quadrant/Jane Street

    and Major Mackenzie

    Background Information on Ontario Hospital

    Projects to Inform the Development of the

    Vaughan Healthcare Centre Precinct Plan.

    Presentation of the Development Facilitator,

    PRISM Partners Inc. to the City of Vaughan Staff

    November 4, 2013

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Arial 24

    Humber River Regional Hospital (HRRH)

    An Infrastructure Ontario/Design, Build, Finance and

    Maintain project currently under construction.

    30 acres (gross) of land acquired from ORC under a 99

    year ground lease.

    1.82 million sq. ft.; 15 storeys (including mechanical

    penthouse); and, 656 beds.

    Expansion and full regeneration will be accommodated

    within the 30 acre site.

    No other land uses are contemplated within the site.

    All parking will be provided for in structured parking.

    Mixed-use development adjacent to hospital lands.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    An Infrastructure Ontario/Design, Build, Finance and

    Maintain project currently under construction.

    Purchased 50 acres (gross) of land from ORC.

    Net 39.75 acres after roads, SWM and Channel (all

    conveyances to the Town of Oakville and Halton Region at

    hospitals cost).

    1.5 million sq. ft., 12 storeys and 458 beds.

    Regeneration accommodated within the 39.75 acres.

    Leased approx. 80,000 sq. ft. to a developer for purposes of

    constructing a medical office building (MOB) (5 storeys) for

    hospital related uses.

    No other development uses are contemplated.

    Town of Oakville has plans for a Bioscience and Technology

    Park on a portion of the provincial lands.

    Mixed-use developments (commercial and residential)

    currently across from hospital.

    The New Oakville Hospital (Halton Healthcare Services HHS)

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    New St. Catharines Hospital (part of the Niagara Health System NHS) An Infrastructure Ontario/Design, Build,

    Finance and Maintain project that opened in

    March, 2013.

    NHS purchased 40 acres of land for $10 million;

    32 acres for hospital development and 8 acres

    designated as surplus.

    980,000 sq. ft. in size, 4 and 5 storeys in height

    (plus penthouse), and 400 beds.

    Expansion and full regeneration is provided for

    within the 32 acre site.

    The 4 acres of developable surplus land is

    currently being used for parking.

    Largely industrial and commercial lands

    neighbouring hospital.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Markham Stouffville New Hospital (MSH)

    MSH LTC Facility

    MSH Health Services Building

    New hospital build and renovations (existing

    facility) occurred through an Infrastructure

    Ontario/Build Finance model.

    Combined 760,000 sq. ft. Bed capacity is 315.

    50 acre site (original donation) supports

    significant complementary development as well

    as future hospital expansion and regeneration

    requirements.

    MSH has a vision of being a health and

    wellness center.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Markham Stouffville New Hospital (MSH)

    MSH LTC Facility MSH Health Services Building

    Town purchased a parcel of

    land at fair market value

    (FMV) for the new community

    centre and library.

    Other parcels have been

    developed to support a long

    term care (LTC) facility under

    a ground lease, a district

    energy facility under a ground

    lease and a medical office

    building (MOB) with plans for

    a second MOB.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Southlake Regional Health Centre (SRHC)

    35.5 acres on 5 sites; 25 residential

    properties for a total of 1.2 million sq. ft. of

    either occupied space or future developable

    space.

    SRHCs Stage 1 and Stage 2 Submissions

    did not receive Ministry of Health and Long

    Term Care approval.

    SRHC occupies a medical arts building

    (MAB) under a 30 year lease for uses related

    to the hospital main campus.

    SRHC owns a 192 bed LTC facility operated

    by Extendicare.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Southlake Regional Health Centre (SRHC)

    Innovation Centre/Incubator (only 1,000

    sq. ft.)

    Future development plans will be aligned

    with pursuing teaching and research facilities

    for the Hospital Node.

    Approx. 250,000-300,000 sq. ft. of medical

    labs and related uses in a range of buildings

    in the immediate area of the hospital.

    A vision of ideas without borders based

    on a concept of integrative learning and

    research; opportunities for clinical trials for

    medical devices. (leverage SRHCs regional

    programs; cardiac, thoracic and cancer).

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    West Park Healthcare Centre (WPHC)

    Currently an approved Infrastructure Ontario/Design,

    Build, Finance and Maintain project about to enter

    Stage 2 Functional Programming.

    Adjacent to the hospital main campus is 5.8 acres of

    surplus lands that WPHC intends to develop as a

    Seniors Housing and Related Uses Complex .

    WPHCs objective is to retain ownership of the

    complementary use lands and develop through ground

    leases.

    Residential development adjacent to hospital.

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    The Ontario Healthcare/Hospital Comparator

    Trillium Health Services (THS) Currently undergoing Master Programming and Master

    Planning (impact of the Provinces future funding model).

    Purchased land adjacent to the Mississauga campus; built

    own medical office building (MOB) based on a business

    case that is proving challenging to achieve.

    Had plans to develop surplus lands at the Queensway site

    for purposes of seniors residential, assisted-living and LTC;

    to be structured as a P3 under a ground lease. Plans did

    not proceed as the business case was not viable.

    THS has no further plans for complementary use

    developments.

    Mixed-uses adjacent to hospital campuses.