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Massachusetts Mental Health Center

Massachusetts Mental Health Center
Boston Psychopathic Hospital, 1922
Massachusetts Mental Health Center
Location Boston, Massachusetts

42°20′8″N 71°6′35″W / 42.33556°N 71.10972°W / 42.33556; -71.10972Coordinates: 42°20′8″N 71°6′35″W / 42.33556°N 71.10972°W / 42.33556; -71.10972

Built 1912
Architect Kendall, Taylor & Co.
Architectural style Late Gothic Revival
Governing body State
MPS Massachusetts State Hospitals And State Schools MPS
NRHP Reference #


Added to NRHP January 21, 1994

Massachusetts Mental Health Center was a historic building at 74 Fenwood Road in Boston, Massachusetts.

The center was built in 1912 as Boston Psychopathic Hospital[2] by Taylor Kendall and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

In 2009 the center's historic campus was acquired by Partners HealthCare and demolished the following year. The center continues to operate in modern facilities at 75 Fenwood Road.


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