Geriatric Authority

The former Geriatric Authority of Holyoke is located in the Ingleside section of Holyoke, in close proximity to I-91 and the Mass. Turnpike (Rte. 90), in a dynamic and growing commercial and retail section near the Holyoke Mall at Ingleside.

Originally constructed in 1954 and renovated in 1976 and 1987, this 16+ acre site includes two buildings: Building A is a four story 62,404 square foot nursing facility and Building B is an attached two story 40,483 square foot elder care/nursing facility.  The property includes 99 reserved ...

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Bobala Road

This 8-acre site is located near the Holyoke Mall at Ingleside with easy access to I-91.  The property is currently owned by the Holyoke Economic Development Industrial Corporation (HEDIC) and proposals for redevelopment are being accepted on a rolling basis.   Please contact the Office of Planning & Economic Development at 322-5655 or email oped@Holyoke.org.

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H.H. Richardson Bldg.

This report explores potential new uses and suggests strategies for transforming the former station into a valuable hub of activity in Holyoke’s Innovation District. The station could serve as the centerpiece for a reinvented Depot Square area while respecting the unique history of the surrounding city as an immigrant/migrant destination.

HH Richardson Building Study Documents:

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Whiting Farms 11 Acre

11 acres of vacant land is currently owned by the Holyoke Economic Development and Industrial Corporation (HEDIC) and is zoned for industrial along the western end of Whiting Farms Road. Conveniently located 1.5 miles away from I-91 and I-90 (MassPike), the develop-able area of the parcel is presumed to be approximately 7 acres at the 310′ elevation or 6 acres at the 320′ elevation.

Contact: John Dyjach, Office of Planning and Economic Development at 322-5655 or DyjachJ@holyoke.org

 

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163 Sargeant St.

Also known as “The Armory” the building was constructed for the National Guard in 1907. The City of Holyoke took ownership of the property in 2013 through a tax title taking and transfer of the property to the Holyoke Redevelopment Authority (HRA) was approved by the Holyoke City Council on August 2, 2016.  In 2016 the rear portion of the building collapsed and the City demolished the collapsed section of the building and shored up the front of the structure, ...

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