Hayner Hoyt is moving downtown

Hayner Hoyt to Move into Downtown Syracuse The news is true! Sometime in 2023, The Hayner Hoyt Corporation will move into its new offices in City Center. Demo in the old Sibley’s building is expected to begin before the end of the year to transform the 280,000 sf building into a mixed-use commercial/retail/apartment building. Anchor… Read more »

Winter Project Recap

As we wrap up a tumultuous year with success and endurance we look forward to a brighter 2021.  Winter may have been cold this year, but our projects are looking pretty hot!  Check out what we’ve wrapped up, continued, and began below. Ultra Dairy Plant Expansion

Lakeview Center for Mental Health and Wellness

    After years of planning and over a year of construction, The Hayner Hoyt Corporation has completed work on Oswego Health’s new behavioral health center. The Lakeview Center for Mental Health and Wellness was born out of a former Price Chopper that had sat vacant and dilapidated for years. The transformation into a 40,000… Read more »

The Lake House at Sylvan Beach Grand Opening

After a grueling few months which included a significant schedule delay due to the pandemic, The Lake House at Sylvan Beach opened on Monday, July 27. In the words of Oneida Nation Enterprises CEO, Ray Halbritter, “What we’ve done together in the last 7 years alone has been historic. It started with the development of… Read more »

A Summer Project Update

As the temperatures rise, things are heating up at Hayner Hoyt!  From Syracuse to Vermont, we’ve been making our mark.  Check out the project updates below and learn about some of our summer milestones thus far! Syracuse University Stadium

Bio365 Project Wrap-Up

Towards the end of 2019, Developer David Yaman in partnership with California-based soil company Bio365 signed a lease to take on a vacant warehouse space in Cortland.  This exciting project has now come to completion!  The new 30,000 square foot pre-engineered metal building will serve as a dirt processing facility to create nutrient-rich soil suitable… Read more »

Construction in the Age of Coronavirus

Construction in the Age of Coronavirus Throughout the months of March, April, and May we were able to continue working on some projects deemed essential during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Our first priority was to implement strict health and safety precautions in order to protect our essential workers on the job sites. We added hand sanitizing… Read more »