One of the most vocal holdouts has now sold its downtown Utica property to Mohawk Valley Health System, to make way for the new hospital.
Wilcor International has closed on a sale to MVHS.
The Corrigan family, at one time, vowed to fight removal via eminent domain.
MVHS officials say this brings the number of closed property sales to 12, and the number of properties refusing to sell is 4.
The rest of the property owners in the downtown hospital footprint have either accepted purchase offers, or, are actively negotiating.
- Wilcor International sells property to MVHS to make way for new hospital
- MVHS extends deadline for downtown property owners to sell land
- MVHS acquires another property in downtown Utica hospital footprint
- MVHS gathers downtown hospital supporters
- MVHS unveils partial hospital site plans
- MVHS unveils downtown Utica hospital exterior design
- MVHS begins process to acquire properties within downtown hospital site plan
- Downtown Utica property owners get offer letters from MVHS
- Compassion Coalition won't accept property purchase offer from MVHS
- MVHS offers relocation assistance to downtown property owners