PHOTOS: Proposed Upper Chesapeake Hospital Project

A new Upper Chesapeake hospital, hotel, offices and retail center is proposed for the Interstate 95 interchange in Havre de Grace.

Upper Chesapeake leaders recently met with Havre de Grace residents giving them a glimpse of what is to come with a project that may bring a hospital, hotel, offices and retail to the Interstate 95 interchange.

Read more about the proposed Upper Chesapeake hospital center here.

Check out the images included with this post to see what is proposed for the MOE zone, bordered by Interstate 95, MD Route 155 and Bulle Rock Parkway.

The images—which are preliminary and are subject to change—reveal the proposed phases of the project in one image, and the proposed layout and landscaping in another.

  • Phase 1: Hospital
  • Phase 2: Medical space
  • Phase 3: Retail and hotel
  • Phase 4: Ofice space and retail

The retail proposed for the site includes a pharmacy, bank and gas pumps. A day car is also included in the proposal.

The proposed hotel is listed at four stories in height.

Stay with Patch for more on the proposed project.

Read more about it here.

Montgomery E. Loane July 26, 2012 at 12:12 AM
Ok - I have to ask. Phase 4: What is OFICE space? Doesn't anyone use SPELL CHECK anymore???????
Dee July 26, 2012 at 03:36 PM
I hope they use a different architect to design the new hospital. Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air is layed out like a maze - it's amazing that anyone can find their way around! Parking is abysmal. Where is the elusive "shuttle"?
DGriffin December 17, 2012 at 01:45 AM
In the proposal for the hospital they should consider ALL customers/patients, make sure there will be shuttle buses, and also please let us, the locals, know where and when we can start paper work for jobs. It looks like this is a wonderful idea, it will be an incentive for investment in this area and of course jobs.
John December 28, 2012 at 06:14 PM
Whatever they do, take a look at the hospital in Bel Air and make sure they Don't build it anything like that mess. Parking is horrible, getting around in the hospital is horrible, traffic is horrible.
Cindi March 12, 2013 at 07:21 PM
I'm happy to see that Havre de Grace is once again getting its credit due for the new hospital proposal. It was a shame that years ago our Pediatrics and OB wards were closed because certain hair-brains thought that Bel Air was the up and coming in town. Harford Memorial hospital is a main stay for our community and I grew up there with my Mom working there, we are definitely more than a geriatric and rehabilitation system.


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