Annual Report - 2012

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Investment on the Hill and Member Activities

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University Hill Corporation

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Current Development & Member Activities

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Hutchings - $34 million

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Hutchings - $34 million Hutchings provides mental health services for 400 inpatient adults and children and for more than 250,000 outpatients each year. Hutchings is in the midst of a $34 million plan to renovate all of the buildings on its campus and open an additional 24-bed adult inpatient unit.

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Hutchings - $34 million

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Hutchings - $34 million Renovation

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ESF - $145.7 million

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ESF - $145.7 million The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry has trained generations in the stewardship of our communities and natural resources. Over the last year, ESF completed the $31.4 million Centennial Hall student residence and the $28.3 million “Gateway Building,” which will be the welcome point for visitors and students on campus. ESF also plans to build a new $86 million research building.

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ESF Centennial Hall - $31.4 million

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ESF Gateway Building - $28.3 million

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ESF Research Bldg. - $86 million

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SUNY ESF Students SUNY ESF faculty and students have provided countless hours of volunteer time in our community, preparing plans for important sites in our city, providing services to the City and County Parks departments, and volunteering in the city schools. SUNY ESF currently offers 9 college courses to approximately 150 students in Syracuse City School District.

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SUNY ESF Students

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ESF Student Environmental Education Coalition

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Green Train Workforce SUNY ESF is a partner in the Green Train Landscaping and Urban Ecology workforce training program, which seeks to prepare Syracuse citizens with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for employment in the emerging field of green infrastructure.

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Green Train Workforce

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CNY Biotech Accelerator - $23 million In conjunction with SUNY ESF, Upstate is nearing the completion of the new $23 million CNY Biotech Accelerator at Loguen’s Crossing (the former Kennedy Square).

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CNY Biotech Accelerator - $23 million

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SUNY ESF Workforce SUNY Upstate - $243 million

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SUNY ESF Workforce SUNY Upstate - $243 million University Hospital serves over 400,000 outpatients and discharges about 20,000 inpatients per year. It is virtually self-supporting, as it only receives 3 ½ % of its operating support from the state. Upstate ‘s $85 million cancer center is under construction. Completion of the $72 million- expansion to it’s Institute of Human Performance is scheduled for November 2013. SUNY Upstate is also playing a major role in downtown revitalization with the completion of the $30 million rehabilitation of Geneva Tower for student and resident’s housing. Future plans call for the renovation of the former Harrison House apartment tower, ultimately turning two dilapidated buildings into a dynamic new residential area. Upstate also plans to begin construction on a $36 million academic building for completion in 2014. Priorities for the building include an on-campus home for the College of Nursing, a 400-seat auditorium and a specialized classroom designed to accommodate new technology and a growing student population.

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SUNY Upstate Cancer Ctr. - $85 million

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Inst. For Human Performance - $72 million

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Geneva Tower - $30 million

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Harrison House

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SUNY Academic Bldg. - $36 million

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SUNY Office Bldg. - $20 million Design work is underway at Loguen’s Crossing (the former Kennedy Square) for a new 100,000-square-foot office building for Upstate. The $20 million project is expected to be complete in April, 2014. Upstate’s partnership with COR, one of Syracuse’s leading private developers is projected to result in $340 million of new investment in the city, with new residential, commercial, as well as research and development facilities.

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Loguen’s Crossing

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Loguen’s Crossing

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SUNY Upstate Upstate’s contributions are not just bricks and mortar. Project SEARCH is a partnership between Upstate and the City School District, which has created a one-year educational program for high school seniors. Upstate’s Medical students have adopted Martin Luther King Elementary School and provide mentoring, tutoring, and sponsor the science fair each year.

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SUNY Upstate Students Adopt MLK School

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ESF Student Environmental Education Coalition Syracuse University - $177 million

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Syracuse University - $177 million Syracuse University’s growth is the driving force behind Campus West, a $22 million, 260-unit student apartment complex geared toward graduate students. This investment is taking place adjacent to the site designated for the $95 million Dineen Hall, a new facility for the College of Law. The 200,000-square- foot building will include a 300-seat auditorium and a 36,000-square-foot library, along with lecture halls and faculty offices. It is scheduled to be completed in 2014.

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SU Campus West - $22 million

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SU Dineen Hall - $95 million

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SU Dineen Hall – 200,000 S.F.

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SU Dineen Hall - $95 million Syracuse University is also working with the Cameron Group, which plans to build an 85,000-square-foot mixed-use project at 601 University Avenue. This $20 million investment would combine a new Syracuse University bookstore, fitness center, and retail space, creating a new commercial anchor for Marshall Street. By teaming with a private developer, it gives an opportunity to infill a vacant site on the Hill and attract new retailers, provide upgraded services for students, and offer the city tax revenues from a site that otherwise would be tax exempt.

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601 University Ave. - $20 million

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601 University Ave. – Fitness Center

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601 University Ave. – Retail Space

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SU Connective Corridor - $40 million

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SU Connective Corridor - $40 million A $10 million TIGER grant was secured to complete the Connective Corridor. Syracuse University’s commitment to the revitalization of the city is easily visible with over $40 million invested in upgrading the city’s infrastructure. Syracuse University has also made major commitments to the redevelopment of the south and near west sides of the city. Syracuse Stage is participating in the Corridor with the creation of a new plaza. It will provide a space for small outdoor performances. And if you haven’t tried it yet, stepping on certain bricks plays music and the display will change colors as people approach.

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SU Connective Corridor - $40 million

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SU Connective Corridor - $40 million

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SU Connective Corridor - $40 million

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VA Hospital - $84 million

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VA Hospital - $84 million The Veterans Administration Medical Center is moving toward completion of its $84 million Spinal Cord Injury Center. This will assure that combat veterans returning from our nation’s conflicts are treated to the best medical care after service to our country.

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VA Spinal Cord Injury Ctr. - $ 84 million

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VA Spinal Cord Injury Ctr. - $ 84 million

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Crouse Hospital - $50 million

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Crouse Hospital - $50 million Crouse Hospital has completed the Witting Surgical Center. The $50 million investment features 14 new inpatient operating rooms and support areas. This state of the art facility at Crouse will provide larger operating rooms that can accommodate the space needs of complex surgeries. Crouse Hospital also provides considerable benefit to the local community in the form of free healthcare screenings for city residents, community education opportunities, and staff outreach in the City Schools. Crouse was also an early supporter of “Say Yes” providing no cost scholarships to the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing.

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Witting Surgical Ctr. - $50 million

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Crouse – Free Healthcare Screenings

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Crouse Hospital College of Nursing

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Ronald McDonald House - $6 million

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Ronald McDonald House - $6 million In the East Genesee business district, the Ronald McDonald House is constructing a new $6 million facility at Genesee Street and University Avenue. This project will double the number of rooms available for families whose children are hospitalized. This year the Central New York Ronald McDonald house is celebrating its 30 th anniversary. Since first opening on Thanksgiving Day in 1982, more than 17,000 families have been housed here. These families come from 48 counties across New York State, 45 other US states, and numerous foreign countries. More than 80% of their guest families receive financial support and services through Medicaid.

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Ronald McDonald House – 17,000 Families

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Hotel Skyler – $6.5 million

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Hotel Skyler – $6.5 million The Hotel Skyler transformed the former Temple Adath into 58 unique hotel rooms. Proceeds from one room at the Skyler are being donated to support the Golisano Children’s Hospital. The Skyler is one of only three hotels in the US to have won the prestigious LEED platinum certification from the US Green Building Council.

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Hotel Skyler – 58 Hotel Rooms

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Hotel Skyler – LEED Platinum Certification

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Center of Excellence - $3 million REDC Award

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Center of Excellence - $3 million REDC Award The Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems was the first building on the Hill to earn LEED platinum status. The Center will receive $3 million from the first round of Regional Economic Development Council awards. This funding will be used to fit out available space for new research and development labs, specifically focused on the New York Energy Regional Innovation Cluster, with a total project cost of $8.7 million.

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Center of Excellence - $3 million REDC Award

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NY Energy Innovation Cluster - $8.7 million Energy Regional Innovation Cluster Building Energy Sustainability Systems

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Copper Beech Commons – $23 million

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Copper Beech Commons – $23 million New investment is underway at Copper Beech Commons – on the site of the former Genesee Street Armory. Entrepreneur Norm Swanson of the Woodbine Group invested $23 million in the renovation of the historic armory and the construction of a new four-story addition to house over 300 students at the new complex. In addition to residential apartments, it features amenities such as a full-service fitness center, an indoor basketball court, a gaming room, a movie theater and an entertainment area.

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Copper Beech Commons – $23 million

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Forman Park

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Forman Park Forman Park has been redesigned as part of the Connective Corridor. The renovation has created new spaces for public art, a new fountain, which is a replica of the original that graced the park, and space for people to sit, stroll, or watch performances.

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Forman Park

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Forman Park Forman Park will provide a new “front yard” for two of the areas finest hotels: the Parkview and the Crowne Plaza. The Crowne Plaza has recently compled a $5 million investment in the hotel’s elevators, lobby, and 279 guest rooms.

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Crowne Plaza - $5 million

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Sheraton University Hotel – $4.4 million

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Sheraton University Hotel – $4.4 million The Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center has also completed a $4.4 million renovation, improving the hotel’s rooms, dining facilities, lobby, and fitness center. The Hotel is the eastern anchor for the Crouse-Marshall area.

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Sheraton University Hotel – $4.4 million

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Sheraton University Hotel – $4.4 million

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Marshall Street

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Marshall Street The Crouse Marshall Business Improvement District, with the help of the grant they received from Keep America Beautiful, is undertaking a program to reduce cigarette waste in the district. The CMBID continues its environmental maintenance, security and marketing missions and recently published a new brochure to promote the business district and its tenants.

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Marshall Street

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Keep America Beautiful

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Crouse-Marshall Brochure

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Housing Visions Unlimited

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HVU & VA, Van Keuren Square – $11 million

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Housing Visions Unlimited is partnering with the Veterans Administration Medical Center, to create a 50-unit apartment complex for homeless veterans: Van Keuren Square. The Housing Visions/Veterans Administration collaboration is seeking to eliminate homelessness for Syracuse veterans. It represents an $11 million investment and it is the goal of HVU to build this to a LEED platinum standard. HVU & VA, Van Keuren Square – $11 million

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HVU & VA Van Keuren Square – $11 million

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HVU - Visions for Change Housing Visions has expanded its programming, and has dedicated a considerable amount of its earnings back into the community. In an effort to reduce poverty, HVU has launched the Visions for Change program.

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Visions for Change: Circle Leaders Graduation

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Syr. Housing Authority – Homes of Syracuse

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Syr. Housing Authority – Homes of Syracuse In an ambitious housing program currently underway, the Syracuse Housing Authority is constructing 50 infill affordable homes in the south side neighborhood. The “Homes of Syracuse” project will provide single family, three and four-bedroom homes serving residents with low incomes.

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Syr. Housing Authority – Homes of Syracuse

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National Grid Infrastructure - $6 million With the expansion of University Hill, there is a need to continually upgrade the infrastructure that serves the district. National Grid has invested over $6 million to increase electric capacity to University Hill, in preparation for future development of this area.

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National Grid Infrastructure - $6 million

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UUMC – Free Breakfast, Community Garden

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Religious Institutions Community Outreach The religious institutions on the hill provide important community outreach efforts. University United Methodist Church provides a free Sunday breakfast that feeds 115 people twice a month; a community garden in partnership with Welch Terrace; an evolving partnership with Nottingham High School aimed at improving student performance and the graduation rate; and every year works with the East Genesee Regent Association to host a holiday party for 100 children. Temple Concord has the most utilized food pantry in Onondaga County, serving an average of 125 families per week. Each Thursday, the Grace Episcopal Church opens its doors for families enrolled in the Syracuse Food Bank program, where they receive five days of meals.

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EGRA Holiday Party at UUMC

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Temple Concord Food Pantry

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Grace Episcopal Church Meal Program

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University Hill Corporation The University Hill Corporation has been active: UHC has retained Environmental Design and Research to design and build a new sign system for University Hill. Working with our members Crouse Marshall and East Genesee, the UHC has created new websites and brochures to publicize the attractions in our business districts. The UHC has participated with a team led by the SUNY ESF Design Center and neighborhood groups of the near east side to create a new housing plan. With CenterState CEO and the Brooking Institution’s Metropolitan Export Initiative, the UHC is working with its members to increase medical tourism in the area, and to attract more foreign students to the educational institutions, all of which can lead to a substantial increase in exports.

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University Hill Signage System

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Crouse Marshall Website

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East Genesee Street Brochure

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New Neighborhood Housing Plan

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MEI – Medical Tourism

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MEI - Recruiting Foreign Students

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Total Investment - $650 million

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University Hill Corporation

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