I wanted to bring to your attention the increasing deterioration of the former Mary Immaculate Hospital, since it was sold back in 2009.
I pass this area with some frequency, and was appalled at what I saw the last time: a huge graffiti tag at the roof line front facade, and numerous broken or wide-open windows.
Whatever 'sealing' the building underwent at closure has failed: it appears that people can now gain access easily. That means increasing vandalism, destruction, and a potential for catastrophic fire.
Nothing has been 'developed' since closure. I have no idea who owns the property now, who I can alert to the potential dangers I observed.
Any commentary or suggestions would be appreciated.
Well, Ben, it seems as though the owner of this property made some changes to his plan and was reissued permits this past Tuesday. So, hopefully, the building will be renovated soon. The building is in an R6 zone, so a lot of apartments can be put there.