Long Island College Hospital announces new bid to create housing complex

Nurses who work at the hospital say they

Nurses who work at the hospital say they have been fighting for more than a year to see it remain a full-service hospital. (January 14, 2014 6:30 PM)

Long Island College Hospital has announced a new bid that would create 1,000 units of housing and an outpatient medical facility with a 24-hour emergency service. The proposal would place 350 units as affordable housing, while the remainder would be placed at market value. An earlier proposal from Fortis Property Group and NYU Langone Medical Center suggested replacing the hospital with luxury...

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