Cook County Hospital Strategic Redevelopment

Cook County Hospital Strategic Redevelopment

Aerial view of the Campus. Click on image for a larger view

Aerial view of the Campus. Click on image for a larger view.

Cook County Hospital (now Stroger Hospital) has long been recognized, and remains today, one of the world’s great teaching hospitals attracting physicians from around the country and serving the health care needs of the city and the region. The introduction of County Care has afforded the Stroger Campus the opportunity to be fiscally sound and look to the future as a national leader in health care specialties. On March 12, 2014, the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved the engagement of a strategic professional team to address the hospital’s future needs and to leverage the inherent real estate value from the available land. The strategic development manager team will articulate the vision of the County Board President, the County Commissioners and the CCHHS leadership and provide the development parameters to help solve for CCHHS’ 1) core medical needs at Stroger Campus and 2) identify potentials for redevelopment of available real estate to both enhance the overall site, and provide revenue sources through mixed use development. Two Upcoming Events:

  • Open Forum Work Session – Community Event
  • Tuesday, September 23, 2014
  • 5:00 – 8:00 pm
  • Hektoen Building Auditorium
  • 627 South Wood Street
  • Chicago Il, 60612

Registration is encouraged, but not required. Event is free of charge.

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  • Reception hosted by the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF)
  • Tuesday, October 7, 2014
  • 6:00 – 8:00 pm
  • Chicago Architecture Foundation
  • 224 S. Michigan Avenue
  • Chicago, Illinois 60604

Registration is required. Event is open to the public and free of charge. 

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Community members and other interested people are encouraged to share their ideas with the civic groups at a public ideas workshop on Tuesday, September 23 from 5 – 8pm at the Hektoen Building Auditorium, 627 South Wood Street. The event will include presentations as well as an open ideas workshop to generate feedback. The work of the civic groups and other participants will be presented at an event at the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), 224 S. Michigan Avenue, on Tuesday, October 7 from 6-8pm. The Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), is Chicago’s forum for the exchange of ideas on urban design and is globally recognized as a leader in fostering a dialogue on city building, and inspiring people to discover why design matters.

More Information: Bookmark our website for information as this project moves forward. Over time, we plan to expand our site and post historic information, updated fact sheets and other related information and images. For more information, please contact Jessica Caffrey, Program Executive, Office of Capital Planning and Policy at:, or at the project e-mail address: