Wowza: behold the future of the Mary Immaculate Hospital, to be converted into a residential development at 150-13 89th Avenue in Jamaica. YIMBY first published the rendering from the architects Goldstein, Hill & West. The Chetrit Group is moving forward to develop the site after purchasing it in 2009 and facing some construction holdups. The 298,000-square-foot, 324-unit complex spans an entire city block and faces Rufus King Park.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Mary Immaculate plans revealed
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:29 AM
Labels: adaptive reuse, condos, Jamaica, Mary Immaculate Hospital
It can only improve this area.
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