Kaiser Permanente has started construction on its new medical school in Pasadena, and a construction camera will be there to document the entire process.

The new facility, which was revealed earlier this year, will consist of a four-story building featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and a rooftop deck.  Plans also call for underground parking for a maximum of 216 vehicles.

When completed in Fall 2019, the school will enroll an initial class of 48 students.  Full enrollment of 192 students is anticipated in 2022.

Kaiser is currently wrapping up construction on an outpatient facility in Baldwin Hills.

Construction is also anticipated to begin this month for a new Hyatt Place hotel across the street.


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