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David J. Solimine, Jr., owner of the former Union Hospital property in Lynn, inspects the demolition progress of the building.

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A piece of art that was left behind when Union Hospital in Lynn was vacated remains on the wall as the building is prepped for demolition.

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A reminder of the former Union Hospital in Lynn remains in one of the cooridors of the building as the demolition process begins.

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A crew from RSG Contracting Corp. begins the demolition process at the former Union Hospital in Lynn by clearing out and separating excess debris from the interior of the building.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

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A crew from RSG Contracting Corp. begins the demolition process at the former Union Hospital in Lynn by clearing out and separating excess debris from the interior of the building.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Purchase Photo

UNION HOSPITAL

David J. Solimine, Jr., owner of the former Union Hospital property in Lynn, inspects the demolition progress of the building.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Purchase Photo

UNION HOSPITAL

David J. Solimine, Jr., owner of the former Union Hospital property in Lynn, inspects the demolition progress of the building.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Purchase Photo

UNION HOSPITAL

David J. Solimine, Jr., owner of the former Union Hospital property in Lynn, inspects the demolition progress of the building.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Purchase Photo

LYNN — Before the end of the summer, David J. Solimine Jr. projects that the former Union Hospital building on Lynnfield Street will be demolished. However, he makes one promise.…

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