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Fairport LDC

As of April 17, 2012 the Village of Fairport LDC is incorporated as a not-for profit local development corporation under Section 1411 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law of the State of New York. 

The purpose of the Fairport LDC is to relieve and reduce unemployment, promote and provide for additional and maximum employment, improve and maintain job opportunities, lessen the burdens of government, and act in the public interest.

The following benefits are available: commercial loan, bond issuance, mortgage tax exemption.

For further information on LDC assistance, please call 585-421-3240.

 

REPORTING

In compliance with the Public Authorities Accountability Act of 2005 and the Public Authorities Reform Act of 2009, the Fairport LDC publishes a list of the agency's real property and performance measures on an annual basis.

Review OCED's 2016 Annual Report.

 

 

Completed Projects

B-Side

Industrial Pack & Crate

Memory Care Residences at Creekstone  

Veterans Memorial at Potter Park  

Gold's Gym 

East Pattern & Model Corporation

Fairport Brewing Company  

Salvatore's

Mulconry's Irish Pub & Restaurant

Donnelly's Public House

Financial Assistance

Application Form-Loans & Bonds (including fee structure)
Application Form - Assistance
State Environmental Assessment Forms 

ABO Reports

PARIS Annual Report 2016
PARIS Procurement Report 2016

PARIS Annual Report 2015

PARIS Procurement Report 2015

PARIS Annual Report 2014

PARIS Procurement Report 2014

PARIS Annual Report 2013

PARIS Procurement Report 2013

PARIS Annual Report 2012

PARIS Procurement Report 2012

LDC Properties

Real Property List 2016
Real Property List 2015

Real Property List 2014

Real Property List 2013

Real Property List 2012

Real Property Transaction 2012

LDC Performance Measurements

Annual Report 2016
Measurement Report 2016
Annual Report 2015

Measurement Report 2015
Annual Report 2014

Measurement Report 2014
Annual Report 2013
Measurement Report 2013
Annual Report 2012
Measurement Report 2012

LDC NEWS

Special board of directors meeting on April 24.
[read more]

2016 Annual Report now available.
[download] [video]

LDC sold property to Fairport Brewing Company.
[read more

Meet Martha Malone, our new executive director.
[read more

We bid farewell to executive director Kal Wysokowski.
[read more

We welcome village resident Robert Genthner to our Board of Directors.
[read more

LDC issued $9M in bonds for senior facility.
[read more

Village, Business, Tourism, Erie Canal in Fairport
[read more]

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  B-Side RENOVATION & BUILDOUT: 5 Liftbridge Lane East    
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B-Side Fairport . B-Side Fairport
 -- fairportbside.com

About the Project
B-Side is a live music and private event space, offering craft beer and casual dining. B-Side has a variety of options including a two-level rooftop deck for your next event, meeting, or party – from an intimate seated dinner for 30 to a cocktail reception for 180.

About the Owner
This is Scott Donnelly's second location in the village. Having successfully operated Donnelly's Public House at the end of the street for over 10 years, he is venturing out into the music and event scene.

Financial Assistance
The Fairport LDC assisted this project with a $159,000 commerical loan. 

   
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  The Memory Care Residences at Creekstone BOND ISSUANCE: 256 Thurston Road, Town of Perinton    
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Rochester Presbyterian Home . Rochester Presbyterian Home
Rochester Presbyterian Home was established in 1925 with a mission to care for persons in 'their sunset years' and has been an Eden Alternative Community since 2002. 
-- RPH.org

About the Project
The Memory Care Residences at Creekstone will serve 56 dementia patients, applying the Eden Alternative model of person-directed and respectful care in 4 non-institutionalized homes.

The $9.6M project will be constructed on approx. 3.2 acres of land and includes 4 buildings, 2 garages and storage areas, furniture, equipment and machinery. The project is expected to create 46 new jobs. View a project sketch.

About the Company
Rochester Presbyterian Home specializes in the care of persons with dementia and is licensed to care for elders through the end of life. The not-for-profit organization serves 154 elders in two assisted living residences in Rochester and North Chili. 

LDC Assistance
The Fairport LDC issued $9M of revenue bonds for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction, renovation and equipping of this project.

A public hearing was held on April 13, 2015 at Fairport Village Hall.

The groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 15, 2015.

 

   
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  IPAC, LLC BUSINESS EXPANSION:  25 Parce Avenue    
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Industrial Pack & Crate Fairport . Industrial Pack & Crate Fairport
"We are members of the Timber Products Lumber Manufactures Association. We are also a certified wood packaging materials facility in compliance with ISPM15 standards. Our shipping crates and skids are certified and accepted by all countries worldwide."
-- ipcrate.com

About the Project
The company purchased a 30-ton bridge crane that will help expand the company by increasing shipping and handling capacity over 10,000 pounds, adding two employees, and increasing its service to major customers, such as ITT Goulds Pump, Corning Tropel, and Gleason Works. 

About the Company
IPAC has been in business since 1988. They have regional and international customers in China, Europe, Africa, South America and the Middle East. 

LDC Assistance
The Fairport LDC assisted this project with a $100,000 commerical loan. 

   
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  Fairport Veterans Memorial DEMOLITION + RECONSTRUCTION: Potter Park    
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PROJECT NAME
"I am thankful to all who contributed time, talent and money to create a monument that honors those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice for our country."
-- Fritz May, Fairport Mayor 

About the Project
A longstanding landmark in the heart of the Village, the Veterans Memorial at Potter Park, suffered major structural damage in 2011. It was designed and constructed in 1946.  

The estimated $200,000 project consisted of asbestos abatement, demolition and removals of existing monuments, masonry columns and other on-site structures. Planned improvements include concrete foundations and footers, marble face masonry columns, ornamental steel trellis, five new emblems representing each branch of military service, new electric service and lights, exposed aggregate concrete, brick pavers and landscaping.

View project PHOTOS 

 

View dedication ceremony PHOTOS

OCED Press Release: Fairport Veterans Memorial shines again (2014-12-03)
13 WHAM: Potter Park Memorial (2014-11-11) View VIDEO

LDC Assistance
Over the summer of 2014, the Fairport LDC was approached by the Village and asked to take over the project. The LDC was the project manager, responsible for completing work by November 11 - Veterans Day. OCED delivered one week early and under budget.

A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for December 6.

Bids went out in late August, and Building Innovation Group from East Rochester, NY was awarded the construction contract in early September by the LDC. SEI Design prepared the site plan and construction documents, and the Fairport DPW and FMC provided much needed assistance. LeChase is serving as an advisor to the LDC. 

August 12, 2014
Village of Fairport (owner) and LDC (contractor) signed agreement to take over and fund demolition and reconstruction of Potter Memorial

August 21, 2014
LDC mailed out project manual to bidders 

September 8, 2014
Bid opening

September 12, 2014
LDC signed contract with Building Innovations Group

October 11, 2014
Fairport Foundation signed contract with LDC to assign rights, title and interest in drawings and transfer funds raised for this project to LDC

October 14, 2014
LDC received check for $44,000 (total funds raised by Fairport Foundation $53,000)
LDC is funding the remaining project cost of approx. $155,000  

October 31, 2014
Project essentially completed PHOTOS

November 4, 2014
Final inspection 

December 6, 2014
Dedication ceremony PHOTOS

 

   
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  Gold's Gym Fairport BUSINESS EXPANSION: Village Landing    
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PROJECT NAME . PROJECT NAME
Gold's Gym offers options for every fitness level, from beginning exercisers to elite athletes looking to sharpen their speed, agility, power and endurance.
-- goldsgym.com/fairportny

About the Project
In 2014, Gold's Gym Faiport expanded their Webster business with a new 19,000 sq ft location at Fairport Village Landing. Gold's Gym Fairport is an upscale, cutting edge fitness center offering a wide array of both fitness classes and extensive group training. The total project cost is estimated to be nearly $1,000,000 and generated 28 new jobs.

About the Company
Todd Levine and George Schaffer have owned and operated Gold's Gym in Webster since 1982, which was awarded the national franchise of the year award in 2012.

LDC Assistance
The Fairport LDC assisted this project with a $75,000 commercial loan. 

   
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  East Pattern & Model Corp.  RELOCATION + CONSOLIDATION:  75 North Main Street    
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East Pattern & Model Corp.
 "Michele and Warren Kellogg selected the Village of Fairport as the new home for East Pattern and Model. It's a great use for the existing manufacturing space, and will allow for future expansion. It's gratifying to know we can attract and add manufacturing operations and jobs to our Main Street and business district."
-- Kal Wysokowski, Executive Director OCED

About the Project
East Pattern was looking to move from their two buildings in Henrietta into one consolidated facility. OCED was able to attract them to the village, and they moved into the former HP Neun building in the second half of 2013. The total project cost was approx. $165,000 and created 20 new jobs.

East Pattern has leased part of their space to  Rhythm Connect, a music studio. OCED is assisting the company in identifying another tenant for approx. 10,000 sq ft of space.

About the Company
The company was founded by Warren Kellogg, who owns the company along with his wife Michelle Kellogg and Mark Landers. The company now has 20 employees and is looking to expand.

East Pattern began as a foundry 48 years ago, but soon switched to injection molding. Their current molding capacities include reaction injection molding (RIM), thermoplastic injection molding and insert molding. Their machining capabilities include high-volume production machining, low-volume prototype, value-added machining and precision mold making.

LDC Assistance
The Fairport LDC assisted this project with a $100,000 commercial loan. 

In the Media
Democrat & Chronicle: East Pattern molds plastics in Fairport location (2014-01-06)
RBJ.net: Rhythm Connect reopens in Fairport (2014-02-03) 

   
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  Former Pure Oil / Slocum Lauder Building REDEVELOPMENT: 99 South Main Street    
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PROJECT NAME
"Our intent in purchasing the Pure Oil building was to preserve its history and seek proposals for its best use. The building is on property that functions as a gateway to the Village, and we felt it is a critical piece to future development on the four corners."
-- Chairman of the OCED Board of Directors

About the Project
The building is located at the four courners of South Main and Church Streets, an important gateway to the Village, and has been designated a historic landmark by the Fairport Historic Preservation Commission.

The Fairport Local Development Corporation has acquired the property in 2012 and leased it to the Fairport Brewing Company, thereby bringing new life to this highly visible location. The Fairport Brewing Company purchased the property August of 2016.

LDC Assistance
The Fairport LDC assisted this project with a $187,500 commercial loan. 

What a difference a new coat of paint and seasonal decoration makes...

In the News
D&C: New brewery rooted in Fairport (2014-03-06)
D&C: Fairport Brewing planted at center of village (2014-02-03)
D&C: Fairport Brewing to hold Grand Opening (2013-11-13)
RocHomepage.net: Former Fairport gas station transformed into brewery (2013-08-15)
Fpt-EastRoc Post: Fairport Brewing Company moving to Main Street (2013-04-25)
RocHomepage.net: Historic Fairport gas station gets new fill-up (2013-04-10) video
D&C: Fairport Brewing to open retail spot, launch Kickstarter campaign (2013-04-11)
RocHomepage.net: Historic Fairport gas station awaits new tenant (2013-03-28) video
Fpt-EastRoc Post: Fairport site reborn as roadside attraction (2013-03-28)
Fpt-EastRoc Post: Former service station named historical landmark(2013-02-21)

 

   
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  Salvatore's RENOVATION: 55 South Main Street    
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Salvatore's

"We are happy to be part of this esthetically beautiful renovation project."

-- Kal Wysokowski / OCED Executive Director

About the Project
This renovation project broke ground in January 2009 and was completed in October. It builds on OCED's commitment to downtown revitalization. A second story expansion adds height, dimension and much needed space in the heart of the Village's commercial district, increasing Main Street's appeal to the small business owner.

About the Owner
Sebastian Curatolo has been a small business owner in Fairport for over 25 years. He successfully operated Arrivederci's before selling the business. He now acts as a developer and leasing agent for several buildings and properties under his ownership.

Financial Assistance
OCED's $330,000 financial package consists of a low-interest loan and a Main Street grant from the NYS Office of Community Renewal. The total project cost is about $400,000.

   
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  Mulconry's Irish Pub and Restaurant CONSTRUCTION: 17 Liftbridge Lane East    
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Mulconrys, before demolition .
Mulconry's Irish Pub and Restaurant
"This could easily become a home away from home, especially with friendly, hands-on owner like Damian Mulconry working the floor."
-- City Newspaper / view website

About the Project
This successful 2008 project provided another addition to the culinary development on Liftbridge Lane East. Mulconry's Traditional Irish Pub and Restaurant opened in May 2008 after the former building on this site was demolished and the current two-story structure erected. The first floor consists of 2,400 square feet and the second floor provides another 1,778 square feet with outdoor rooftop seating.

About the Owner
Damien Mulconry is originally from Cork, Ireland and has worked in the food and beverage industry for over 10 years in both Ireland and New York City. Here in Fairport he fulfilled his dream of opening up his own Pub. Owen McCarthy is his partner in this endeavor.

Financial Assistance
OCED put together a financial package consisting of a low-interest loan and a grant from the New York State Main Street Program. The total project cost is close to $1,000,000.

In the Media
March 10, 2016: D&C - How to pour a proper Guinness
March 17, 2009: Democrat & Chronicle

July 11, 2010: Democrat & Chronicle
August 1, 2010: Toronto Sun

   
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  Donnelly's Public House RENOVATION: 1 Water Street    
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Donnelly's Public House Fairport . Donnelly's Public House Fairport
"Consistently one of the best spots in town. Good food, good service and a great choice of drafts, local and otherwise."
-- Review on urbanspoon.com / view website

About the Project
Donnelly’s was the first business to start “restaurant lane" on Liftbridge Lane in 2004. The owners invested private sector money into the purchase and renovation of the property and turned it into a much frequented bar and restaurant.

About the Owner
Scott Donnelly has years of experience in the restaurant industry. He showed great commitment in building up this now well-known Fairport hot spot.

Financial Assistance
In order to stabilize the location on Liftbridge Lane, OCED bought the property out of foreclosure and invested into infrastructure improvements (lights, pavement, curb). OCED provided business assistance to the owners of Donnelly’s and supported them with a loan after flood damage.

   
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