The project developed over three phases--the first $1.1 million dollar phase added 7,600 SF on two floors and connected two buildings. The second and third phases provided an additional 4,500 SF of office space on two stories and a three story parking structure with an elevated walkway across a major street at a construction cost of $6.7 million. Combining the NHC’s two buildings into one via the addition, makes use of existing vertical circulation, improves ADA accessibility, adds needed clinical, exam, dental and laboratory space. Importantly and successfully, the clinic maintained full functionality throughout the entire construction period. Additionally, the infill addition responds to and acknowledges the connection to the street and its relationship to the existing historic structure. The Clinic provides primary medical care services, counseling, rehab, dental care to over 16,000 patients and provides food vouchers through the WIC program to over 13,500 people -- with a staff of over 130.