Helping Women and Children thrive during one of the most important times in the life of their family.

The Elliot at River's Edge Ambulatory Care Center

185 Queen City Avenue in Manchester, NH. 03103

 

Fact Sheet

History

  • Jac Pac meat-packing plant closed in February of 2003
  • It has remained unoccupied since closing
  • CON Application – October 2007
  • Approved by CON Board – April 2008
  • CON for Elliot One Day Surgery Center – May 2008
  • Suffolk/Eckman Joint Venture awarded bid – August 2008
  • Groundbreaking – October 2009
  • Topping Off Ceremony – May 2010
  • Anticipated opening – Spring 2011

 

Site Specs

  • Seventeen acres
  • Four acres will be developed into a park and donated to the city
  • Three additional buildings to include a Medical Office building, Retail Building, and Residential Building
  • The sire is in a Community Reinvestment Opportunity Program Zone (CROP)

 

Ambulatory Care Building Specs

  • 236,000 square feet with the ability to develop up to 353,000 square feet in total
  • Four stories plus a 966 car parking garage
  • First building of its size in Manchester to be designed “green”
  • Largest private building construction in Manchester since the Mall of NH

 

Elliot Services in Main Building

1-Day Surgery Center
Breast Health Center
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Diagnostic Imaging
Endoscopy
Gastroenterology
General Surgical Specialists
Laboratory Services
Neurology
Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Occupational Health
Orthopaedic Surgical Specialists
Rehabilitation Services
Sleep Evaluation Center
Urgent Care
Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

 

Medical Office Building Specs

126,000 Square Feet
5 Story building and 500 car parking garage
Both Elliot and Non-Elliot based services


Financials

    • 236,000 square feet representing an approximately $87 million CON application
    • Elliot studied the cost of developing the Hospital campus and found it was more cost effective to develop this site and create improved access to healthcare.