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What: Tour of “The Bleecker” 6:00pm EUNW Meeting 6:30 pm
When: Monday, May 7, 2018
Where: 662-666 Bleecker Street – first floor
Why: Introduce neighbors to newly renovated building – “The Bleecker”

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Encourage residents to become more active in the neighborhood

The East Utica Neighborhood Watch meeting, Monday, May 7, 2018 has changed location this month to welcome the newly renovated apartments THE BLEECKER, a renovation and revitalization project of 662-666 Bleecker Street.

If you missed the ribbon cutting and grand opening of The Bleecker this is your opportunity to find out more
about Utica’s newest apartments.

A tour of the building will be given at 6:00 pm followed by the East Utica Neighborhood Watch Meeting at
6:30pm.
Agenda:
 6:00pm Tour the building
 6:30PM Meeting Start
o Introduction of guests
o Police Report
o Meet the Utica School Board Candidates
o Update of issues in the area
o Introduction of Summertime International Market Place on Bleecker St.
o Questions and answer period 8:00 pm Meeting end

Call Chair Lucretia Hunt for more information 315-732-1032
City of Utica | 1 Kennedy Plaza Utica, NY 13502 | P: 315.792.0181 | F: 315.797.6607 | www.cityofutica.com
Background – The Bleecker

THE BLEECKER is a transformational project that will create a mixed use building, consisting of 15 apartments,
a business/meeting center for short term rentals, two restaurants and a barbershop.

The apartments will consist of six 2-bedroom and nine 1-bedroom units. A lot of the work for the building was
done by local businesses. The investment into the project is over $500,000.00.

Mayor Palmieri stated, “It is exciting to witness such positive change in our City. I thank David Friedman for his vision and investing in Utica. The complete renovation and revitalization of this building is symbolic of how far Utica has come over the past several years.”

The Mayor continued, “This project will be a great addition to the east Utica neighborhood and will enhance the quality of life for our residents.

David Friedman of Utica Revital LLC stated, “We want to restore Utica to its former grandeur. THE BLEECKER
is part of the transformation of the city to a place where people feel comfortable and invited. The renovation
of the property at the corner of Bleecker and Mohawk Streets is making downtown upscale.”

For more information on the project you can contact Robert S. Hershman at 315-292-8589 or rhershman@juno.com. Anyone interested on rentals can contact Frances Gomez at 315-725-5894 or
uticarevital315@gmail.com.

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