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State comptroller, others cut ribbon on the Doyle

Local and state officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday recognizing renovations to the former Doyle Hardware building.

The building, at 330 Main St., has been transformed into the Doyle, a 56 one- and two-bedroom apartment building with first-floor commercial space. Summit Commercial Real Estate of Syracuse spent more than a year redeveloping the property after acquiring the building for $1.1 million in 2016.

Dignitaries at Thursday’s ceremony included New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and state Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-Rome. After introductory remarks and the ribbon-cutting, the group briefly toured the building.

Part of the Doyle’s commercial space has been claimed by Bagg’s Square Brewing Company. The brewery has not yet opened, and on Monday, the company put out a call on its Facebook page seeking an experienced chef.