UCLA and the Wasserman family have finalized plans to launch a major new research and patient-care facility on campus, the Edie and Lew Wasserman Building. Designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, the new building will unite and expand the campus's existing surgical facilities and allow for the growth of research and programs aimed at restoring and preserving eyesight. The $115.6 million project builds on the Wasserman family's decades-long commitment to UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute and will seek to provide patients with holistic treatment and services, as well as offer the entire medical community a world-class medical and research center. The announcement was made today by UCLA Chancellor Gene Block.
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