DASNY Press Releases

The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) and The State University of New York (SUNY) announced today the completion of a $2 million Health & Counseling Services Center on the University at Albany campus. The Center opened in time to welcome students for the spring semester. The relocation of the state-of-the-art facility to an on-campus location was part of a project to renovate Beverwyck and Schuyler Halls on the Dutch Quad. Together, the renovations totaled more than $33 million.

Albany – The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) and the State University of New York (SUNY) today announced construction teams managed by DASNY will begin a $30 million project to renovate the Smith and Casey Tower Complex at SUNY Cortland. The renovation is being financed by low-cost, tax-exempt bonds issued by DASNY as part of its SUNY Dormitory Facilities Program. Construction is expected to be completed by August 2021.
 

Reuben R. McDaniel, III, Acting President and Chief Executive Officer of the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY), announced today the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) financed $346.2 million in bonds through DASNY. Approximately $150 million in tax-exempt bond proceeds will go toward the construction of the Innovative Maker and Learning Complex, a new student theater, student housing renovations, and a new athletic stadium complex.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced new appointments to his administration. "Each of these individuals brings a depth of knowledge and experience that will be an enormous benefit to the people of the state," Governor Cuomo said. "We have a phenomenal team in place and these new additions will play an integral role in advancing our bold, progressive agenda and delivering even more results in the year ahead."
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced additional resources to expedite the 132 projects awarded funds through the Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Additionally, members of the Governor's administration and New York State agencies met with recipients of the REDI funding today at the first-ever REDI implementation conference in Albany to further expedite the projects across Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River shorelines.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state is providing $43 million to advance 31 projects in Oswego and Cayuga counties as part of the first round of funding under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Governor Cuomo launched REDI in May to increase the resilience of shoreline communities and bolster economic development in the region. Today's announcement marks a major milestone in the REDI effort. Identified by the communities and evaluated by state agency experts, the projects address both immediate and long-term resiliency needs, enhance economic development, protect critical infrastructure, incorporate green, natural, or nature-based features, and will help sustainably rebuild and enhance communities along the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River shorelines.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state is providing $60 million to advance 38 projects in St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Governor Cuomo launched REDI in May to increase the resilience of shoreline communities and bolster economic development in the region. Today's announcement marks a major milestone in the REDI effort. Identified by the communities and evaluated by state agency experts, the projects address both immediate and long-term resiliency needs, enhance economic development, protect critical infrastructure, incorporate green, natural, or nature-based features, and will help sustainably rebuild and enhance communities along the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River shorelines.
The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) announced today that Northwell Health Obligated Group issued more than $202.3 million in tax-exempt bonds through DASNY. Northwell Health is the state’s largest healthcare provider. Bond proceeds from the transaction will be used to finance various projects at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, North Shore University Hospital, Glen Cove Hospital, Southside Hospital, Huntington Hospital, and Staten Island University Hospital.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state is providing $49 million to advance 20 projects in Niagara and Orleans counties as part of the first round of funding under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Governor Cuomo launched REDI in May to increase the resilience of shoreline communities and bolster economic development in the region. Today's announcement marks a major milestone in the REDI effort. Identified by the communities and evaluated by state agency experts, the projects address both immediate and long-term resiliency needs, enhance economic development, protect critical infrastructure, incorporate green, natural, or nature-based features, and will help sustainably rebuild and enhance communities along the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River shorelines.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state is providing $43 million for Monroe County and $41 million for Wayne County for a total of $84 million to advance 43 projects across the two regions as part of the first round of funding under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative, or REDI. REDI was launched by Governor Cuomo in May to increase the resilience of shoreline communities and bolster economic development in the region. Today's announcement marks a major milestone in the REDI effort. Identified by the communities and evaluated by state agency experts, the projects address both immediate and long-term resiliency needs, enhance economic development, protect critical infrastructure, incorporate green, natural, or nature-based features, and will help sustainably rebuild and enhance communities along the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River shorelines. Additional projects in the REDI regions will be announced shortly.