In his latest film project, Matthew Chirico puts together never-before-seen aerial views of NYC's abandoned Sea View Hospital and Farm Colony on Staten Island.
NYC is no stranger to abandoned sites, and Staten Island is full of them. Here are ten of the borough's abandoned places from a boat graveyard to a hospital.
Sea View Hospital on Staten Island was where the cure for tuberculosis was discovered. With plans to create a Wellness community underway, here are 10 secrets.
With plans to convert the historic Sea View Hospital on Staten Island into a heath-focused mixed-use development in NYC, a drone video has been released.
The historic Sea View Hospital on Staten Island opened in 1913 and focused on treating tuberculosis patients with fresh air, rest and a nutritious diet.
NYCEDC, Staten Island Borough President James Oddo, and NYC Health + Hospitals are proud to announce NYC's first planned wellness community on Staten Island.
Untapped Cities and NYCEDC will host a special tour of the normally off-limits Seaview Hospital on Staten Island, a landmarked property built to fight tuberculosis
A tour of the abandoned buildings in Sea View Hospital on Staten Island, an active city facility within a historic district slowing renovating its buildings.
Within Sea View Hospital on Staten Island are a network of tunnels that connect to now abandoned buildings and currently active ones.
Photos inside the abandoned Seaview Hospital, once the largest tuberculosis sanatorium in the country, now on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places