The now dormant Little Neck Hospital is in the final stretch of a yearlong renovation to convert the facility into new assisted-living studio apartments for more than 140 seniors in the area by springtime.
The former community hospital was purchased in March by the Manhattan-based Savoy Senior Housing Corporation after a series of owners, including Flushing Hospital, failed to utilize the building.
The Savoy at Little Neck, which the apartment complex will be called, on the corner of the Long Island Expressway and Little Neck Parkway, will provide 73 assisted-living studio apartments, 38 assisted living one-bedroom suites, nine assisted-living two-bedroom suites, and 15 apartments for victims of Alzheimer
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