LaBella Assists Clients in Securing $7 Million in Restore New York Funding for Community Revitalization Projects
LaBella is proud to announce that eight of our clients have been awarded $7 million in funding through theRestore New York Communities Initiative. These funds will be used for various projects to revitalize and reinvigorate commercial and residential properties across the state.
“This is a significant victory for our communities,” said Ed Flynn, AICP, LaBella’s Director of Planning. “These projects will transform neighborhoods, stimulate economic growth, and improve the quality of life for New York residents.”
The funding awarded will support the following communities and projects:
City of Batavia | Carr’s Reborn Project
Awarded $1,850,000 toward a total project budget of $4,754,982
Town of Carlton | Nesbitt’s Manor Initiative
Awarded $1,000,000 toward a total project budget of $1,800,000
Town of Warrensburg | King Street Revitalization
Awarded $50,000 toward a total project budget of $103,570
Village of Fairport | Cannery Phase II Development
Awarded $1,000,000 toward a total project budget of $6,139,232
Village of Oriskany | Waterbury Felt Revitalization
Awarded $2,000,000 toward a total project budget of $2,650,000
Village of Hudson Falls | Griffin Hall Revitalization
Awarded $500,000 toward a total project budget of $1,203,590
Village of Menands | Mid-City Plaza Revitalization
Awarded $500,000 toward a total project budget of $1,440,822
Village of Greenwich | 49-53 Main Street Revitalization
Awarded $100,000 toward a total project budget of $478,647
The total funding awarded to projects supported by LaBella amounts to $7,000,000 toward a total cumulative project cost of $18,570,843.
“The results of this grant are a testament to the partnerships LaBella and our clients have cultivated,” said Flynn. “We look forward to assisting in the transformation of our clients’ communities through these ambitious revitalization projects.”
If you need assistance navigating funding options for your community’s project, please contact our Director of Planning, Ed Flynn, AICP.