Mid-Orange—A Former New York State Correctional Facility
900 Kings Highway
Warwick, NY 10990-0900
The former Mid-Orange Correctional Facility is an extensive property consisting of approximately 40 acres within a secured perimeter, and 686 acres outside the secured perimeter. The facility is made up of 81 buildings, including a 12-bed medical unit and a 10-bed special housing unit. Many of the buildings date from the 1930s.
- Onsite water distribution system, including wells, chlorination, and an elevated water tank;
- Underground sanitary sewer piping to municipal wastewater collection system;
- A farm, separated from the main facility; and
- Lakefront property on Wickham Lake.
Mid-Orange was founded in 1912 as one of the country’s first treatment centers for alcoholism, known as the New York City Farm, and later became a boys’ reformatory school before converting to an adult medium-security correctional facility in 1977. Mid-Orange is located in south-west Orange County and is approximately 55 miles from New York City and 155 miles from Albany.
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Sr. Director, Strategic Business
Empire State Development