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Located at 500 Union Avenue, this site was once a dairy farm with a distinctive barn that remains on the property today. In 1977, the area was transformed into a grocery and sandwich shop called the Canterbury, which evolved into the Canterbury Restaurant and 50-room Canterbury Inn in 1982. Longfellows Restaurant was founded in 1997, and one year later, Longfellows Hotel was built. In 2003, another building was added to the property with more hotel rooms and a conference center. This property’s location is the perfect fit for the hospitality sector, being just one mile from the Saratoga Race Course and sitting on 10 acres that abut the Saratoga National Golf Course.

Bonacio Development and Bonacio Construction are bringing a new take to the property’s hospitality tradition. We’re currently transforming the property again, this time into an upscale resort with on-site amenities and expanding the site’s footprint from 62,500 SF to 90,500 SF. The resort will have 88 hotel rooms, including 14 loft units and 15 suites, a 200-seat ballroom, meeting room spaces, The Arbor Spa, and the 66-seat Regent restaurant with an outdoor porch, both of which will be open to on-site guests and the general public, and an outdoor courtyard and sauna. Sims Patrick Studio is the interior designer for this project and is working on the resort’s look by blending classic and contemporary design with an emphasis on natural materials and earthy tones, creating a luxurious and serene ambiance that celebrates the beauty of Saratoga’s landscape, seasons, and wildlife.

Brookmere is slated for completion in Fall 2024. Love & War is a marketing consultant for this project.

Year Built:


Project Duration:

In Progress


Saratoga Springs

Square Footage:

90,500 SF


Balzer & Tuck Architecture

Landscape Architect:

The LA Group


Rendering by Balzer & Tuck Architecture