SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Upstate Medical University broke ground on Monday on a new $158 million Longevity Center.
Back in 2017, Sam and Carol Nappi from Jamesville donated $8 million to the university and the facility will be named after them.
The new facility will be used to expand services related to brain health and neuro-sciences.
The new facility will have eight floors, and 360,000 square feet, and will be located where a parking lot across from the main hospital now stands.
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