NYM's contractors have entered the first phase of the construction project. Read More
Note: The text of this piece originally appeared on our website in two parts, one in February 2014 and the other in May 2015. The two parts have been combined and updated to reflect the recent demolition of the subject houses.
In 1898, the view of Eighth Avenue from Methodist Hospital, also known then as Seney Hospital, was of vacant land from Sixth Street to Fifth Street except for five row-houses. The only lights at night, along that stretch, would have been those lighting the homes of the first residents of 502 to 512 Eighth Avenue.
These once gracious 19th-century brownstones were some of the oldest homes in central Park Slope. They are being demolished to make way for New York Methodist Hospital’s new building. Read more about their history here.
After several weeks of relative quiet, things are ramping up at the New York Methodist construction site in Park Slope. Here are some updates. Read more
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