The Canandaigua City Planning Committee heard developers’ proposed changes to the architectural plan for the new Canandaigua YMCA on Tuesday, March 1.
Mike Stevens, chief strategy officer for the YMCA of Greater Rochester, said the project plan was revisited due to rising construction costs. The proposed changes will affect the building’s architecture and site plan, but not its squares footage or program spaces, according to Democrat & Chronicle.
The design changes reduced the number of building materials from eight to five. The revised plan also includes the removal of 64 parking spaces. There will be green space where additional parking spaces may be added in the future.
The ground breaking ceremony for the new YMCA is expected to take place in April 2022.
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