Pinnacle North, the $120 million mixed-use development project on the north shore of Canandaigua Lake, has completed the brownfield cleanup on the site’s 21 acres of land across from Kershaw Park in Canandaigua.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has determined that the cleanup requirements to address contamination have been completed, and, based on the remediation measures taken, the site no longer poses a threat to human health or the environment.
The state agency also has approved a final engineering report and issued a certificate of completion for the site, project developers Morgan-LeChase Development LLC reported.
The cleanup activities were performed by DDS Constructors LLC, with on-site environmental testing and reporting support from LaBella Associates P.C., in collaboration with Morgan-LeChase Development and with oversight provided by the DEC.
Pinnacle North consists of roughly 450 one- and two- bedroom lakefront residences, as well as restaurants, retail space and designed outdoor environments.
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