Residents About to Move Into Apartments at Old Endicott School
Some of the people who will be living in a new Endicott apartment complex may have gone to school there.
The old Henry B. Endicott School on Jackson Avenue has been converted into a residential building.
Move-in day is coming soon for the Endicott Square apartments, although the developer won't say exactly when. Michael LeClair of Housing Visions in Syracuse declined to provide information about the $22 million project.
In an email statement to WNBF News, LeClair indicated a ribbon cutting event would be held soon. He also said applications are still being accepted.
The two-story former school will have 61 apartments with a total of 79 bedrooms.
The 77,000-square-foot building was used as a Broome-Tioga BOCES learning center. It more recently housed offices for several businesses.
Housing Visions acquired the property from Marchuska Development for $750,000 in January 2020.
Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 772-8400 extension 233.
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