Abandoned hospitals look like condos to developers

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Demand for housing in New York has developers turning old hospitals — St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Queens, Cabrini Medical Center in Gramercy, and Brooklyn’s Long Island College Hospital — into condos.

Some people would rather “live in the psych ward with high ceilings as opposed to cookie-cutter buildings,” developer Don Peebles tells the New York Post. Source: nypost.com.