UTICA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) –the City of Utica and Mohawk Valley Health System are coming together to redevelop the St. Elizabeth Campus in South Utica.

The city’s industrial development agency and MVHS have agreed to share the cost of hiring a consultant team. With assistance from Mohawk Valley, the city has put out a request for proposals to find a specialized firm with knowledge in the areas of urban planning, landscape architecture, market analysis, civil engineering and environmental remediation.

The goal is to enhance the South Utica neighborhood. the partners have laid out several requirements for the re-use of this site. the plans must include the following: provide upscale, single-family residential development with a mix of ownership styles, in addition to this the new buildings must reflect the scale, style and architecture of the neighborhood, plus the site should provide for a mixture of uses consistent with Genesee Street in South Utica.