Several meetings late last year addressed the finances of the Pinnacle North project.
Soon, the nuts and bolts of the second phase of the multi-use project will be addressed.
Next month, parking and site utilities will be established and a new east-west road will be built along the backside of Parkway Plaza, according to Jennifer Miglioratti, director of corporate communications for LeChase Construction Services.
In May, the installation of piles for the deep foundation system will start, Miglioratti said. That will take between six and eight weeks, and will serve as the base for 150 to 155 new residences and some retail in two of the proposed structures.
A third building will serve as community and clubhouse space with pool and patio.
The estimated completion time of the second phase, which will have a similar footprint to the first, is 22 months to two years, Miglioratti said.
This project, along with others, speak to Canandaigua’s desirability as a place to live and visit, said Mayor Ellen Polimeni.