Portfolio


With quality, integrity and creativity as our tools, we’re extremely proud of our portfolio of completed projects that have varying levels of complexity, scope and size. The images below represent some of our most recent work. To see information for projects in specific cities, choose a link to your left.

We are always in search of opportunities for neighborhood revitalization. If you have a neighborhood revitalization project you would like us to consider, please contact Ben Lockwood, Vice President of Business Development. Click on the photo to go to our portfolio for that project.

MASS AVE COMMUNITY HOMES
COMPLETED 2015
GENESEE CROSSING COMPLETED 2014
VANKEUREN SQUARE
COMPLETED 2014
SE PAYNE CORNERSTONE
COMPLETED 2014
LOCKPORT CANAL HOMES
COMPLETED 2012
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OSWEGO: HAMILTON HOMES PHASE III
COMPLETED 2012
UTICA: KEMBLE SQUARE
COMPLETED 2011
SYRACUSE: LOGUEN HOMES
COMPLETED 2010
ROME: CANAL VILLAGE
COMPLETED 2010
OSWEGO: HAMILTON HOMES PHASE II COMPLETED 2010
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SYRACUSE: PROSPECT HILL HOMES
COMPLETED 2010
OSWEGO: HAMILTON HOMES PHASE I
COMPLETED 2009
SYRACUSE: MAPLE HEIGHTS
COMPLETED 2010
SYRACUSE: FOREST VIEW @ FAYETTE
COMPLETED 2009
CORTLAND: CROWN HOMES
COMPLETED 2008
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UTICA: RUTGER MANOR COMPLETED 2007
SYRACUSE: EAGLEWOOD EAST
COMPLETED 2007
UTICA: WILLOWS COMMON
COMPLETED 2006
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Total Investment

Over 260 properties totaling nearly 1,000 units represent a significant investment of public and private resources.

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Current Construction

The most satisfying part of our profession is to see revitalized buildings come back to life and newly constructed buildings come together for their intended purpose.

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Current Development

The success of our projects depends on our ability to clearly outline the details of our proposed project plans. Here you can review the details of currently proposed affordable housing projects.

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