Changing Lives & Improving Health

4 5 PHASE I PHASE II PHASE III 2 Story Expansion Youth Center Teen Center Mind, Body, Soul Fitness Studio Office Space 9,970 sq. ft. — $1,894,300 2 Story Future Expansion Fitness Studios Community Room Health & Nutrition Room Arts & Humanities Room 12,565 sq. ft. — $2,136,050 PROPOSED CAPITAL CAMPAIGN OVERVIEWWe are excited to announce the Changing Lives & Improving Health Capital Expansion at the Niles-Buchanan YMCA!

Our proposed expansion will provide an additional 30,000 square feet of space to the existing Niles-Buchanan facility which opened in 2006. The expansion is divided into three phases. Each phase is approximately 10,000 square feet with an estimated cost of $2M per phase. Phase I includes a gymnasium. Phase II includes a Youth Center, Teen Center, Fitness Studio, and office space. Phase III includes fitness studios, community room, health/nutrition room, and arts/humanities room.

We are targeting to break ground in spring 2019.

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Changing Lives & Improving Health

There’s no better place than the Y to nurture youth development, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility. The Y continues to build the foundation of our community by investing in youth. Being part of a community means supporting each other and making the world a better place. Working together, we have an impact felt far beyond simple dollars and cents – all the way to the spirit, mind, and body of the entire community. One child, one family, one relationship at a time.

We invite your support in this initiative to positively impact the community.
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Proposed Capital Campaign Overview
Investing in the Niles-Buchanan YMCA is investing in the future of our community and children. Values are taught at the Y. Healthy lifestyles are taught at the Y. The Niles-Buchanan YMCA Board of Directors has outlined below the components and cost (including design, architectural fees and contingencies) of the YMCA’s proposed phased campaign:

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