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Taylor, the Builders, breaks ground on project

Taylor, the Builders, a DBA of R-J Taylor General Contractors Inc. has broken ground on the development of Cayuga View Senior Living LLC, based in Lansing, Tompkins County.

Cayuga View Senior Living is a rental apartment community for adults 55 and older. It is a four-story multiuse building and will offer 60 unfurnished rental apartments along with retail space on first floor, officials said. The project is in partnership with developer Manley Thaler, and Rochester’s Cornerstone Group, officials said.

The company will work on the development of an 87,000-square-foot, 50-unit senior apartment. Construction work is underway; residency is expected for next spring.

“We are proud to partner with Manley Thaler and Rochester’s Cornerstone Group, to bring this scenic mixed-use development to the village of Lansing,” said Karl Schuler, president of Taylor. “This project addresses a specific niche and community need for market-rate senior housing, while doing so with an overall development that more than satisfies a lifestyle choice among the growing populous of mature adults in this market.”

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