Interested in learning more about the Methodist Hospital’s plans to demolish several multifamily apartment buildings it owns on 5th Street, in Park Slope, to make way for a new build? The meeting is tonight at the hospital’s Executive Conference room from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Construction isn’t expected to begin for at least a year, but the hospital is beginning the process of sharing plans and informing nearby residents. Or as one tipster put it, “Tonight will be the public’s first opportunity to see and understand the magnitude of the NY Methodist construction and demolition project.” This’ll be an interesting meeting, for sure.
Methodist Hospital to Demo, Rebuild in Park Slope [Brownstoner]
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