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Real Estate, LLC, brokered a 5,594 s/f new lease for the New York Foundling Hospital at 49 West 23rd St.
The Roman Catholic Orphanage Asylum opened in 1817 for poor children, the Roman Catholic Protectory in 1863, and the New York Foundling Hospital in 1869.
Child Abuse Workshops In affiliation with the New York Foundling Hospital, the Vincent J.
Touro College, New York Foundling Hospital and the Correctional Association of New York (which also relocated from midtown), recently snagged space at 2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
While local Anglos were largely Protestant, the Mexicans were mostly Catholic, meeting the primary requirement of the New York Foundling Hospital, the Catholic-run agency that brought orphans and abandoned children west on "orphan trains.
org/) New York Foundling Hospital Center for Pediatric Medical and Rehab - (http://www.
He is widely regarded as an expert in designing facilities for aging populations and has also directed health facility projects for many prominent clients, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York Foundling Hospital, and NYU, Columbia Presbyterian, and Beth Israel medical centers.
5 million endowment of the PaineWebber Chair in Genetics at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, as well as a $1 million lead corporate gift to the New York Foundling Hospital to establish the Vincent J.