Wednesday, October 13, 2010

12 million dollars to Greenburgh Health Center for new building from federal gov

The Greenburgh Health Center received great news from the federal government. $12 million dollars will be given to them to expand their center. The center is currently located on Tarrytown Road and will relocate to an approximately 30,000 square foot building on Knollwood Road—at the site of the abandoned Cooke’s Nursery. The center has outgrown the existing facility. With a poor economy and people losing jobs – the Health Center is needed now more than ever. The Health Center provides excellent quality comprehensive primary health care services. For information about the Health Center visit The Health Center is independent of the town and county governments and receives funding from the US Department of Health & Human Services. The Greenburgh Health Center is a satellite site of the Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Judith Watson is the executive director of the Greenburgh Health Center.
Construction is expected to be completed in 2012. The Center will continue to serve residents of Greenburgh at their current location: 330 Tarrytown Road.
Congratulations and good luck!


wordfactsmatter said...

The Cooke's Nursery property was not abandoned, it was sold years ago to the Greenburgh Health Center, and they let it look the way it does.

Anonymous said...

While you are mentioning "blighted" properties in the Town, what about the old Frank's nursey on Dobbs Ferry Road near the soon to be Fortesss Bible development? Cut the weeds?