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AIDS Healthcare Foundation Takes Over Former Burger King for $2.9 Million

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The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is opening their second location in Philadelphia just south of East Market Street on Eighth.The new health center, which will also include an Out of the Closet thrift store, is headed for a former two-story Burger King.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the sale came in at nearly $2.9 million.Based in Los Angeles and with operations in 17 states and 45 countries, AHF has established itself as the self-proclaimed largest provider of HIV medical care worldwide.

This second Philadelphia location joins a smaller operation that’s been in place for five years at 1211 Chestnut Street.“When I saw that about 50% of people living with HIV in the Philadelphia area are not in care, that was very concerning to us,” said AHF senior regional director Marlene LaLot.The upcoming service center plans to include a full pharmacy with the health care center and testing lab on the second floor.

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