Rupp Pfalzgraf is thrilled to announce that we have been selected to lead a team of 5 companies in a feasibility study for the redevelopment of St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica, NY!
WKTV’s Joleen Ferris recently covered this transformative project. The redevelopment involves a collaboration between the Mohawk Valley Health System and The City of Utica. As Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri emphasized, we were chosen for our track record and expertise in handling projects of this magnitude.
Our project development and environmental law practice group has a rich history of successful hospital redevelopment initiatives. Notably, we played a pivotal role in the transformation of the former Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Buffalo into commercial and retail spaces, apartments, hotels, and restaurants. Additionally, our team contributed to the development of Lancaster Square at Gates Circle in Buffalo, converting it into modern residential units. Furthermore, we took part in the rejuvenation of Corning Hospital into a cutting-edge training facility for SUNY Corning Community College.
It is a tremendous honor for Rupp Pfalzgraf to be entrusted with this important project. As a firm, we are dedicated to driving positive change and creating impactful transformations in the communities we serve. The chance to redevelop St. Elizabeth Medical Center not only allows us to contribute to the betterment of Utica but also reaffirms our commitment to making a meaningful difference in people’s lives.
We are grateful for this opportunity, and our team is eager to begin this remarkable journey. Our experts will conduct an extensive feasibility study, exploring possibilities, and crafting a visionary plan that will define the future of St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
Click the link below to read the full WKTV article and learn more about this project.