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Chetrit offers first look at 324-unit Jamaica resi conversion

Developer to construct four new buildings on former Mary Immaculate Hospital site

March 16, 2015 02:07PM

Mary Immaculate Hospital Jamaica

Rendering of Mary Immaculate Hospital redevelopment in Jamaica (Credit: Goldstein, Hill & West via New York YIMBY)

The Chetrit Group has unveiled the first renderings for its conversion of the Mary Immaculate Hospital in Jamaica into a residential complex.

There will be four new buildings on the site, located at 150-13 89th Street, near Rufus King Park, New York YIMBY reported. The tallest one will rise 16 stories, or 96 feet. Chetrit plans to demolish a garage, and restore the main 94-foot-tall building.

The new properties are slated to span 298,000 square feet of residential space and collectively hold 324 apartments. There will also be a 237-space underground parking garage.

Goldstein, Hill & West is serving as the architect.

Chetrit bought the hospital in 2009 for a mere $4.8 million. [NY YIMBY]Mark Maurer

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