Former hospital is expected to be sold, and possibly demolished
Photo by Mark Lord
The owner of the building that previously housed the Parsons Hospital said he plans on selling the site that area residents said has become deplorable.
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I have lived on this block for 10 years and walked around wondering what it was, whether a clinic for the mentally ill, an emergency medical center etc... Apart of me was scared and the other part was so interested I was debating whether or not i should just go visit the place until i thought it out and said, maybe that's a bit dangerous and i may be trespassing. However, after many years I am ready to make a change and i came across this article and was very surprised that finally some information is being provided on who owns this abandon building without taking care of the building that has so much potential because it is historic. Although this change may take forever and I am being impatient, I am sending out flyer to the community and posting a date to all meet in front at an early morning with a mask to protect us from Asbestos, high boots perhaps rain boots, a thick stick for break anything our way and to dress in very heavy clothing and mainly making sure who ever is not protected enough will not join. Everyone has been wondering, and i am not sure if it would be considered trespassing because we have all been patient enough and want to make a change ! I would like to take pictures of the building to have it as a memory for Flushing, NY being built in 1933 i believe. If it does get demolished at least we all had visited this lonely building that we have grew up with. Everyone passes by it and barely notices this place looks haunted. FLUSHING, YOU WILL GET MY NOTICE SOON, COME JOIN US SO WE CAN DISCOVER WHATS HIDDEN BEHIND THESE CRACKED BRICK WALLS.
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