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Former Town Hall in Seneca Falls could be sold in coming weeks

The Town of Seneca Falls is close to selling its former municipal building at 10 Fall Street to Revitacor LLC, a development company led by Bruce Bonafiglia.

The Finger Lakes Times reports that the Town Board, in its December 28 meeting, approved a resolution allowing Supervisor Frank Schmitter to finalize the sale for $50,000.


Bonafiglia also plans to purchase and redevelop the nearby former Seneca Falls Hospital at 2 Fall Street. His vision includes demolishing both buildings, creating upscale apartments, retail spaces, and enhancing public access to VanCleef Lake.

The area has historical significance with both buildings constructed in the 1960s. After the hospital’s closure in 1986, the town used 10 Fall Street for municipal purposes until a 2004 arson.

The goal of the project is to maintain the historic significance of the property, while also addressing the town’s housing needs.