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South Main Manor, Geneva NY (Masonic Temple)

South Main Manor in Geneva, NY, the Masonic Temple (originally built as a church) is a fine example of Chrisanntha Inc.’s historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of an historic structure. This adaptive reconstruction project created 24 senior apartments with a grand activity room on Geneva’s South Main Street.

The formerly deteriorating eyesore was transformed into a cornerstone of Geneva’s downtown renaissance through this adaptive rehab construction project.

Chrisanntha Inc.’s role in the develolpment of the South Main Manor included the following:

  • Acquisition of the property and development plans from a local developer who was unable to follow through on the stalled rehab project.
  • Engaged construction and permanent mortgage financing for the project.
  • Solicited and obtained partnership equity for low income housing tax credits.
  • Constructed on schedule and managed the rental property’s daily operations.

The Landmark Society of Western New York honored Chrisanntha, Inc for their rehabilitation of this building. View Award.