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With a mission to provide close-to-home, high-quality health care, the new Rainbow Center for Women and Children provides pediatric primary care, women’s health, OB/GYN services, pregnancy and parenting classes, and additional community resources for over 40,000 patients per year.
Tucked back in the heavily wooded parcels of Ravenna, Ohio, is a new senior living community. Moody Nolan was brought on to design 45 new independent residential living units, capitalizing on the existing natural features, such as the forest and wetlands surrounding the upcoming neighborhood.
As one of the nation’s leading health care systems, University Hospitals provides high-quality, patient-centered medical care throughout Northeast Ohio. University Hospitals continues to expand their outpatient services into the community and gain market share in the Cleveland area. This growth led to the new Euclid Health Center, which is the third outpatient facility Moody Nolan has designed for the health system.
Moody Nolan designed the new downtown, flagship branch for the Greater YMCA of Cleveland. The new 39,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility is housed on two levels within the southeast section of the Galleria at Erieview. The presence of the Y within the Galleria further activates the space and a wellness amenity was an important piece of the puzzle to bring a more mixed-use, live-work-play feel to the downtown neighborhood. The elegant, spa-like facility features an aquatics suite, including a three-lane lap pool, spa, sauna, massage therapy and express changing rooms for busy professionals. The facility includes a vast two-level fitness floor flooded with natural daylight and a myriad of views. Programming also includes personal training, cycling, hot yoga and a variety of group exercise classes.
The design establishes rhythm and movement along the sweeping, three story Stearns Road façade by contrasting large expanses of glass and tapered zinc rain screen with playful vertical punched openings. Historic elements from a former school occupying the site have been integrated into the design.