Doyle Hardware Completes $15M Adaptive Reuse Project in Upstate New York


The Doyle Hardware Building, a multifamily redevelopment project in Brooklyn, offers 56 units and 17,700 square feet of commercial space.

UTICA, N.Y. — Doyle Hardware LLC has completed a $15 million adaptive reuse project in Utica that involved the conversion of a vacant industrial building into a property that houses 56 apartments and 17,700 of ground-floor commercial space. Floor plans include 15 studio units, 26 one-bedroom apartments, two one-bedroom residences with lofts and 12 two-bedroom units. Amenities include a fitness center and a theater room. Five Star Bank and The Community Preservation Corp. respectively provided construction and permanent financing for the project. Utica is located in Upstate New York, about 55 miles east of Syracuse.

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