Saving Greystone: A New Jersey Landmark Set for Demolition

More than three hundred protesters rallied on Sunday, April 12th through central park in Parsippany in a last-ditch effort to stop the demolition of Morris County’s largest and most controversial historic building at the old Greystone psychiatric facility. The rally was organized by Preserve Greystone, a nonprofit group that is trying to halt the demolition.

Last august the state treasury department awarded a 34.5 million dollar contract to demolish the main building and other structures. The demolition process began late April on the 675,000 square-foot main Kirdbride building of the old Greystone park psychiatric hospital.

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Jose Cortez

Jose Cortez is majoring in Television & Digital Media with a concentration in Television Production.