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Casey House Readies for a Move Into a Modernized Mansion

The health provider will soon offer more treatment space in a building filled with homey comforts

By Eric Mutrie

Plants lift people’s spirits, so the new Casey House, an HIV/AIDS care centre, is organized around a lush garden courtyard that’s visible from all 14 patient rooms. Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the complex adds a four-storey glass wing to a Victorian mansion on Jarvis Street. Set to open in 2016, the project replaces the health provider’s existing facility one block east.

Originally published in our Fall 2015 issue as Urban Update: Flower Power.


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