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Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Welcome to Autism Island: Abandoned NYC Island Could Become a Special Needs School
This Ghostly, Abandoned NYC Island Could Become a Special Needs School: "New York City’s North Brother Island has lived many past lives, as a shipwreck site, a smallpox clinic, a tuberculosis colony, and a drug rehab facility, for starters. The 20-acre island, which sits between the Bronx and Riker’s Island, has been abandoned since the 1970s. But two architecture students are hoping to change that soon, with a proposal to build a school for autistic children on the island."