An old Endicott school that once was used by IBM and a bogus basketball academy has been turned into an apartment complex.

The Henry B. Endicott School on Jackson Avenue was in such bad shape that Broome-Tioga BOCES officials were happy to unload the property to Marchuska Development for $50,000 in 2014.

Marchuska rented space at the site to a church and other entities, including the purported "elite" basketball academy AAUCONNECT that bilked dozens of families out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The east side of Endicott Square as seen from Kentucky Avenue in Endwell on October 13, 2021. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The site was sold for $750,000 to Syracuse-based Housing Visions in 2019.

A $22 million project that received support from state taxpayers has been completed.

The 61-unit apartment complex has been named "Endicott Square." Officials say 15 apartments will be rented to "formerly homeless families who will have access to on-site supportive services."

The BOCES Endicott Learning Center on November 19, 2013. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)
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