N.J. to redevelop concrete psychiatric hospital into $27M park

11/4/2011 | Daily Record (Morristown-Parsippany, N.J.)

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has announced the state's $27 million plan to redevelop the former Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in Morris County, N.J., into a 165-acre park. The "neo-Gothic building was the largest poured-concrete structure" in the country prior to the building of the Pentagon. The building will be preserved, and income-generating ideas for it will be looked into. Environmental assessment work is ongoing and may be finished by 2012.

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