The Promenade Apartments

Located in downtown Saratoga Springs, the Promenade Apartments is an affordable housing community for moderate and low-income workers. Developed by Norstar Development USA, L.P. and the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority, this four-building complex includes a 4-story 41-unit apartment building and three 2-story townhouse-style buildings with an additional 22 units. Throughout the buildings are 1- to 3-bedroom apartments that feature EnergyStar appliances and secured entry. Other amenities include a community room, laundry facilities, bike storage, a fitness room, and an outdoor playground. 10 units in this project are reserved for homeless veterans who are eligible to receive supportive services from the Veterans & Community Housing Coalition. Balzer + Tuck Architecture designed these buildings and The LA Group designed the site.

This project received both state and local support and funding from Governor Cuomo’s Office, New York State Homes and Community Renewal, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, New York State Senator Daphne Jordan, New York Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, the City of Saratoga Springs, and Key Community Development Corporation.

For information on renting a unit, call the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority.

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Boca Bistro

This 3,200 SF restaurant accommodates about 85 people and is fully accessible. The original red brick removed from the interior walls was repurposed to create the brick facing on the front of the building. Pressed tin discovered under the drywall and drop ceiling was restored using bronze paint to give it an aged patina effect. The tin was then repositioned on the restaurant’s new ceiling. Reclaimed wood was used to construct the tables, the wine cabinet, and the glass racks over the bar. A raw and eclectic collection of lights, including mason jars, Edison light bulbs, inverted garden pails, and rock cages, adds a warming glow to every corner of the space.

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Affordable Storage

Affordable Storage is a 3-story, indoor climate controlled storage unit facility. This building includes 851 storage units of varying sizes and features a glass facade. Plenty of custom steel work by Bonacio Steel can be found in this project, including the interior stairs and handrails, countertops, exterior stairs and handrailes, and steel canopy over the entryway.

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60 West Ave

Bonacio Construction purchased and renovated this 25 year old, 30,000 sf store warehouse. Designed by the Phinney Design Group, this complete exterior facade renovation included Douglas Fir post and beam elements, Corinthian Granite pilasters, standing seam roofing, fiber cement siding and a new aluminum store front system.

“Sonny it has truly been our pleasure working with your company and personnel. We look forward to continuing a positive working relationship between our companies. I truly believe that the outcome of any project has to do with the people running it. And what a great outcome it turned out to be!” Mickey LaPoint, Operations Manager – Wolberg Electric

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Hamlet & Ghost Expansion

Bonacio Construction was in charge of the expansion of 24 Caroline Street’s Hamlet & Ghost. Our team installed a new kitchen with epoxy floor, installed stainless steel on the walls, built a custom antique Oak wood bar top, installed new hardwood flooring in the dining room area, and incorporated barn board into the design.

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Forno Bistro

We renovated the inside of Forno Bistro in just 17 days! Our team raised the dining room floor, installed new flooring, reconfigured the entranceway, built a new half of the bar out of ruff-sawn boards, and faced it with rustic metals. We also installed barn board on the walls, re-trimmed the windows, epoxied the kitchen floor, painted the kitchen, installed stainless steel on the walls, and built custom shelving throughout.

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