Fresenius Kidney Care Freedom Center is building a new addition to their dialysis facility at 305 West Shore Boulevard!
The Old Roosevelt School at 515 East Union was taken down to make way for a new Byrne Dairy!
Newark-Wayne has 9 EV charging stations. Colacino Industries has 3 EV charging stations.
A new single-family home was built at 253 Godfrey Street!
Grind On Coffee Company will soon be coming to 212 South Main Street!
P-Tech has remodeled a space at Silver Hill Technology Park. Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES P-Tech program is a “grade 9-14” academic and career program that brings together the best elements of high school, college, and the professional world. Students will be matched with a mentor, take college classes, and gain professional work experience during their high school years. After six years, graduates will earn both a New York State Regents diploma and an Associate’s Degree from Finger Lakes Community College.
SPINCO finished an 11,000 sq. ft. addition!
V-Technical Textiles has begun remodeling the former St. Michael School at 320 South Main Street!
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Several additions are being added to Hannick Hall at 110 South Clinton Street!
Below are pictures of the Grand Opening for Erie Shore Landing (50 East Avenue) ! It houses the Cafe, the Ice Cream Shop (open soon), the Print Shop, and Makana Cove gift shop. Here are pictures of ribbon-cutting! Speakers were David Calhoun - Executive Director of the Arc Wayne, Pamela Helming - NYS Senator, Brian Manktelow - NYS Assemblyman, Brian Stratton, Director of the NYS Canal Corporation, Ann Costello - The Golisano Foundation, and Jonathan Taylor, Newark Mayor.
Both Newark-Wayne Community Hospital (1200 Driving Park Avenue) and Colacino Industries (126 Harrison Street) have installed electric vehicle charging stations!
Superior Masonry built a new building AND remodel the existing one!
IEC has begun work on their new facility at 328 Silver Hill Road!
Honest Pharm Co, a hemp seed producer, has purchased the greenhouses at 609 East Maple Avenue (Formerly Newark Florist)