Atwater Capital of Delray Beach, Fla. – which sued the City of Dunkirk in March 2021 to try to force it to fix the damage – now intends to purchase the 500-square-foot facility at 6 Stegelske Ave. for $30,000, and make repairs on its own.
The county's IDA is considering more than $70 million in tax breaks for a large-scale solar energy and storage project in Ripley, as well as a smaller community solar farm in Forestville.
The $11.59 million plan by Savarino Companies and its partner, St. Louis-based RANT LLC, means the century-old building would no longer sit vacant or underused.
Omni Navitas Holdings, a solar energy developer, wants to put up a 5-megawatt photovoltaic array on 30 acres of vacant land at 6036 Hartfield-Stockton Road, near Dewittville.
RIC Development wants to construct a 3-megawatt solar array on 24.5 acres of forest land at 4545 Van Buren Road, currently owned by Pomfret Estates.
Savarino Cos. and RANT plan to spend $9 million to convert the building into 24 apartments and 10,000 to 12,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
Saturn Power Inc. of Baden, Ont., is seeking to erect a 3.5-megawatt solar array on a 35-acre agricultural field.
The new owners intend to construct a 4,080-square-foot, two-story building, housing a high-end farm-to-table restaurant, bar and event space, plus 10 furnished glamping cabins.
The listing by Howard Hanna Commercial Real Estate for $495,000 – $10 per square foot – has already drawn attention.