UTICA, NY - A former factory building in downtown Utica will be renovated into new commercial space.
Mayor Robert Palmieri says the redevelopment will take place at the former Utica Steam Cotton Factory, located at 600 State Street. The Lahinch Group of out Syracuse plans to redevelop the old building into a brand new commercial space.
The property will offer on-site parking and is located next to the future Mohawk Valley Health System downtown hospital. It will hold medical and commercial space as well as food and beverage space.
“I’m pleased to announce the redevelopment of the former Utica Steam Cotton Factory. This project is yet another sign of downtown Utica’s rebirth. With the advent of a state-of-the-art medical campus, this facility will provide a unique opportunity for businesses to relocate and grow,” said Palmieri in an email statement.
“It's exciting to be part of Utica's resurgence and growth. Lahinch Group has assembled a diverse and seasoned development team and is committed to reviving the storied past of the Utica Steam Cotton Factory,” said Lahinch Group Managing Partner Joe Gehm.
The renovations are expected to be completed in 2021.