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Thomas J. Schwarz was praised for increasing the college’s endowment from approximately $35 million to more than $90 million and creating new revenue streams.
The estimated $320 million Broadview at Purchase College will be a 40-acre senior living neighborhood featuring 220 homes.
Broadview Senior Living at Purchase College will initially consist of 220 independent living apartments and villas, 18 assisted living beds, 16 memory care beds and amenity space with room for potential expansion in later years.
The approvals, including three that are preliminary and one that is final, grant mortgage tax and sales tax exemptions and authorize bond financing.
The new program will allow students to attend the Purchase school for their undergraduate studies then be guaranteed admission to the Syracuse school for a medical degree.
The first phase of construction, expected to start in 2019, will include 220 independent living apartments and villas for seniors ages 62 and older.
Schwarz has led the college for nearly two decades, one of the longest serving presidents in the SUNY system.
The school will close the Purchase College Center for Community & Culture at 16 Warburton Ave. in downtown Yonkers on Jan. 17.
Lorenzo Candelaria, music history professor and associate provost at the University of Texas at El Paso, will start the new role in July 2017.
The project targets three vacant storefronts on Mamaroneck Avenue for visualized poetry from students at the college's School of the Arts.
The 300-unit, 80,000-square-foot residence hall will rise on an open 4-acre parcel of land near the SUNY college's other residential halls.
The college joins a growing trend in higher education where potential students are no longer required to submit standardized test scores.
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