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Corporate HQ in historic building unites more than its own company

ProMedica moves into the Steam Plant and reinvests in downtown Toledo.

Toledo, Ohio’s historic Steam Plant building, which was built in 1896 by the same architectural firm that designed New York’s iconic Flatiron building, has sat empty for the last 30 years. Last August, ProMedica, a healthcare network of specialized hospitals, facilities, researchers and doctors, moved into the space as well as into two neighboring buildings in downtown Toledo. In doing so, they consolidated 20 different buildings of employees and support staff from all over

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