The University of Cincinnati opened the $68 million headquarters of the Gardner Neuroscience Institute in April of 2019. Integrating research, education, and outpatient care, the four-story, 114,000-sf facility houses four clinic modules with 14 exam rooms in each for optimal flexibility. The project also offers a 16-bay infusion department, procedure rooms, an imaging suite, an auditorium, a rehabilitation therapy center with an outdoor terrace, a patient lounge, a café, and an underground parking garage. Designed by Perkins+Will, the patient-centric building collocates 125 faculty members from 15 specialty areas and consolidates neurological and psychiatric services previously scattered across UC Health's campus. The facility utilizes sound-absorbing building materials to mitigate noise for sensitive patients, and a unique façade prevents glare and visual disorientation. Messer Construction broke ground on the project in February of 2017.