Hennepin County Medical Center said Monday it will build a new 322,00-square-foot clinic and specialty center in downtown Minneapolis to "meet the growing need for outpatient care and specialty services."

The Hennepin County Board approved spending $10 million to buy property near the main campus in Minneapolis, across from the Emergency Department on 8th St., betwen Park and Chicago Aves. The cost of the new building, land and relocation of a helipad will be about $191 million, which will be financed through the sale of bonds.

The new facility is slated to open in 2016.

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