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RFP-2024-020: 233-235 WEST DOMINICK STREET

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233 West Dominick Street

Address:                     233-235 West Dominick Street, Rome, NY, 13440

Tax Map Parcel ID#:  242.049-1-33

Year Built:                     1940

Stories:                          3 and a walkout basement

Gross Floor Area:         7880

Basement Square Footage:  2071

Current Ownership:     City of Rome

Parcel Size:                    .07 acres

Primary Access:            West Dominick Street & Erie Boulevard

Zoning District:              C-3 Central Commercial

Water Supply:               City of Rome Municipal Water onsite

Wastewater/Sewer Supply:   City of Rome Municipal Sewer onsite

Electric Supply:               National Grid underground vault

Natural Gas Supply:         National Grid gas mains along West Dominick Street & Erie Boulevard

Telecommunications:      Northland Fiber, Verizon Telephone, Spectrum Broadband/Cable

Prior Use:                           See Environmental Desktop Audit

Opportunity Zone Qualified:   YES

SHPO:                                  Letter of No Effect (secured)

Adjacent Uses:                   Public Parking, Commercial and Office

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Project Documents
Building Rehabilitation Documents
Building Environmental Information

In order to facilitate the continued economic development progress and momentum within Downtown Rome, the City of Rome is issuing this request for redevelopment proposals of an existing building located at 233 West Dominick Street within Rome’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) target area. This property site offers a mixed-use redevelopment opportunity to an existing 4-story 10,000 square foot building which lasted through Rome’s Urban Renewal period, and offers extraordinary views of the central business district. The project also includes a secured $2 million redevelopment financial incentive through Empire State Development Corporation's RESTORE NY grant program.

 

To support the growth of key industries identified within the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs) Upstate Revitalization Initiative (URI), this project is targeted towards attracting market rate to luxury downtown residential units along with commercial/retail business square footage to support downtown and arts district vibrancy on a 24/7/365 basis. This project is undoubtedly a high-profile redevelopment project that will contribute to the growing wave of reinvestment and reestablishment of Downtown Rome’s unique character, and one that will capitalize on the surrounding investments and other unique opportunities that this site offers.

Project Grant Related Information
Request for Proposal
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