The top 9 creepiest properties in NYC

How many have you been to?

TRD New York TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Oct.October 29, 2017 04:00 PM

(Wusel007/Wikimedia Commons)

Curbed editors created a list of the creepiest abandoned properties in the city — don’t worry none of them are former or ongoing projects you’re likely to have been involved with — that would have been truly be scary — instead the sites are mostly former medical institutions.

1. Hart Island Women’s Asylum

(David Trawin)

2. North Brother Island

(reivax/Wikimedia Commons)

3. Renwick Smallpox Hospital

(Wusel007/Wikimedia Commons)

4. Creedmoor Psychiatric Center campus

(Jim Henderson)

5. Greenpoint Hospital

(Jim Henderson)

6. Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital

(Wikimedia Commons)

7. Ellis Island Hospital Complex

(National Park Service Digital Image Archives)

8. Bayley Seton Hospital

(Thomas Good)

[Curbed] — E.K. Hudson


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