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Protest planned to save historic New York City hospital from wrecking ball

The battle continues to dissuade or prevent the Mt. Sinai Health System from closing its historic New York Eye and Ear Clinic. increase. Scatter the infirmary units into the Manhattan wind.

A group of doctors, conservationists and elected officials have set up a press conference for Tuesday at 2:30 pm. Village Preservation at 232 E. 11th St. calling for city action to stop plans.its surgical and clinical departments and relocate them to another Mount Sinai. Sinai facilities around Manhattan. 

Clinic Insiders say Mount Sinai is secretly moving doctors, research facilities and other departments out of the building so they can sell the decks. rice field.

We will sell a historic century-old building at 218 Second Ave. and a more modern building next door at 310 E. department and could trade for up to $70. million based on the current value of residential development.

At the time, a doctor said:

The hospital was the setting for the memorable scene in “The Godfather” where Al Pacino rescues Marlon Brando’s Don Corleone character from assassination.
The hospital sets the stage for a memorable scene in "The Godfather" in which Al Pacino rescues Marlon Brando's Don Corleone his character from assassination. did.

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The old, weathered building was the setting for the scene in "The Godfather" in which Al Pacino rescues Marlon Brando's Don Corleone from assassination.

Being designated as a city landmark will prevent new owners from demolishing the building.

Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation Director Andrew Berman, the clinic's doctors and staff, District 74 State Representative Harvey Epstein, and other elected officials attended Tuesday's press conference. I will attend.