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Founded in 1966 as a college of the renowned State University of New York, Genesee Community College is a highly esteemed institution offering exceptional academic programs, state-of-the-art technology and a multitude of distance
education programs.

Although the main campus sprawls across 240 acres of rich countryside, Genesee is a relatively small community college. Regardless of its modest size, Genesee has had a constant influx of out-of-state students. In 2001, the Genesee Community College Foundation acquired a nearby apartment complex to address housing needs. Appropriately known as “College Village,” the complex became a new home to 300 students.

College Village was expanded in 2007. This resulted in two brand-new, 10,500-square-foot residential buildings featuring four-person suites equipped with kitchenettes, private bedrooms, two baths and charming indoor/outdoor courtyards. 

In addition, there was a total redesign of the first floor of an existing building, as well as construction of a new Village Hall.

All the buildings, old and new, provide wireless Internet access and cable television. Plus, students can make free phone calls across the U.S. thanks to an Internet-based phone system installed throughout
the campus.

Monroe Title Insurance Corporation, a Stewart company, had the pleasure of underwriting this extensive project, while the Batavia, New York Office managed the transaction and issued the policy. 

Owner:

Genesse Community College Foundation Housing Services, Inc. 

Developer:

Genesse Community College Foundation Housing Services, Inc. 

Architect:

Clark Patterson Associates 

Builder:

Building Innovation Group

Financing:

Five Star Bank & The United States of America acting through the U.S. Department of Argriculture, Rural Housing Service

Title Insurance:

Monroe Title Insurance Corporation, a Stewart company (Batavia, New York Office)