New Century Club

Immediate Availability: Contact Mike Licata (315) 929 0007

Location: 253 Genesee Street, Utica, New York

Building Size: 14,000 SF

Project Scope: Building-wide Renovation

Outcome: In progress

Our Plan

The building located at 253 Genesee Street in Utica, NY was once home to the New Century Club, a women’s civic organization established in 1893. Built in 1826, the building was designed by architect Frederick H. Gouge, is notable for its Greek Revival style, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

The building was practically falling down when it was acquired, having been neglected for years. Although the roof had fallen into the building in several places, the main room and exterior remained surprisingly intact. Once renovations are complete, the New Century building will once again be a prime downtown landmark for businesses to call home.

Special Thanks To:

  • City of Utica