On a recent August afternoon, a dedicated group of people went through their midday workouts at a YMCA gym in suburban Richmond, Va. One story below, on the ground level, people walked by an entrance to the Virginia Women's Center, a medical practice expected to open by the end of the year. But this is no ordinary street front: Look through the gym's second-floor windows, or glance out the center's glass doors, and the landscape isn't parking meters or sidewalks. It's the ...

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