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St. Vincent’s AIDS Memorial Park to Break Ground Next Year

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Breaking News, News Our Town, News Our Town Downtown, Our Town, Our Town Downtown

Drastically smaller memorial will “honor” AIDS victims If you’ve ever wanted to see life-size origami, although it’s pretty hard to imagine why you would ever, then you’re in luck. Say hello the new St. Vincent’s AIDS Memorial. In a full overhaul of the memorial’s original plan, which basically called for a 17,000 ft. sq. “infinite [&hellip
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Urgent Care Centers Fill In Some of the Gap For Former St. Vincent’s Patients

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Lifestyle

by David Gibbons For many observers, the closing of St. Vincent’s Hospital—one of the oldest community hospitals in the nation and a New York City icon throughout the 20th century—was a disaster, a disgrace, a moral failure, an avoidable tragedy. After its demise at the end of April 2010, professionals in other downtown medical centers [&hellip
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Coalition for a New Village Hospital Joins OWS for #Occupy St. Vincent’s

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The Coalition for a New Village Hospital will join with #Occupy Wall Street and several other organizations for a massive #Occupy St. Vincent’s march which will start at Zuccotti Park and end up at the site of St. Vincent’s Hospital on Wednesday October 26, 2011 to demand that a hospital be restored to the site [&hellip
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What Do Residents Want for St. Vincent’s?

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Politics

By Madhura Karnik On Oct. 19, Community Board 2 rejected the St. Vincent’s rezoning proposal put forth by the Rudin Management Company. The official statement released by the board said that unless the concerns of the community, including height and bulk, health care delivery and affordable housing, among others, were addressed, the board would “deny [&hellip
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