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Thirteen stories tall, the 113 year old New York City hospital was a Gothic revival structure that served as a conglomeration of two buildings. In addition to the original section’s original towering stone edifice, the newer Annex was a modern glass and steel structure was built atop the hospital’s ten-story parking deck in the rear of the facility. It prided itself on never turning away a patient, though the Hippocratic Oath did not necessarily extend to the hallways of the Psychiatric Annex.