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Assisted living facility pitched for Halfmoon

$30M building to house 133 units

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A developer wants to build an assisted living facility on a Halfmoon property where a hospital or medical offices have been proposed. Pike Co. of Rochester is seeking a zoning change for an 8.47-acre tract on Route 146 east of Route 9. If that and future approvals are granted, the $30 million building with space for 133 units would be built before the medical facility, said Kevin Dailey, attorney for property owner Boni Enterprises. The ...


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b2adam
April 11, 2013
9:56 a.m.

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This area next to Route 146 is adjacent to a wet land and some of the property appears to be a former pond or bog.

robbump
April 13, 2013
2:54 p.m.

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Nursing homes generally employ a lot of lower-paid people. People who need public transportation to get around. Similarly, many friends of the patients/residents no longer drive either.
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Put it where the employees & visitors can get to residents,... instead of sentencing them to what amounts to solitary confinement.

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