Hill West developed a Master Plan for Parkhill City to bring several new buildings with over 600,000 square feet of residential development to the full block at 152-11 89th Avenue in Jamaica Queens, just north of Rufus King Park. The block was formerly home to Mary Immaculate Hospital, which closed in 2009. Two main structures of the hospital have been completely rebuilt into a new 17-story residential rental building with 481 units, enlarging the building and replacing its façade with a contemporary metal and glass skin. The adjacent building, which was the original prewar building, has a restored limestone and brick façade along with a 1-story Penthouse addition topped by an 8,000 square foot amenity roof terrace. Parkhill City residents have access to over 20,000 square feet of indoor amenities, including a 60 foot lap pool, whirlpool hot tub, cold plunge pool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, arcade, children’s playroom, café / juice bar, screening room, as well as multiple lounges. Another new structure currently in the design and approvals phase, an 8-story building on the northeast corner of the site, will contain 207 affordable units under the Affordable Independent Residences for Seniors program.