Abandoned Resort Leaves Behind A Legacy Of Faded Luxury [Pics]
1,200-acre site outside New York is an urban explorers dream come true.
Grossinger’s Catskill Resort Hotel started life as a tiny boarding house in 1914, but eventually grew to become a huge 1,200-acre site complete with its own landing strip and post office. Since its demise in the mid ’80s, the luxurious getaway destination northwest of New York City has taken on a whole new identity as an urban explorer’s fantasy land.
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