S.R. Smith Infirmary

Castleton Avenue at Oxford Place, Staten Island

40.63487619, -74.0872263

The Smith Infirmary designed by Alfred E. Barlow and opened in 1890. The Ruskinian Gothic building was named after a local physician. The facility became Staten Island hospital and added additional buildings. The hospital moved in 1979 to Dongan Hills and abandoned this structure and the adjacent pavillion. (Forgotten-NY.com).

The castle was deemed a hazard and demolished in March of 2012 (AbandonedNYC.com).

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