Broadway Build Photo History

A pictorial history of our second Build: 306 Broadway Montour Falls

Dedicated to the late Dr. Carmine Nicastro, D.C.

The House on the Broadway property - Spring 2017

The Broadway house is demolished - Summer 2017


The backyard at the Broadway site is cleared - Summer 2017

Helped by Corning, Inc. volunteers

And we are ready to build

The electric service pole is installed - October 2018

April 2019

May 2019

Our Partner Family is announced

Early May 2019

Ground breaking 29 May 2019

Water/Sewer Lines in // Foundation being dug 2 July 2019

Foundation ready for concrete 24 July 2019

Foundation poured 26 July 2019

Rear Wall being framed and raised 8 & 10 Aug 2019

The front wall 10 Aug 2019

The East Wall 13 Aug 2019

Our Partner Family hard at work and the work crew 13 Aug 2019

The last walls 15 & 17 Aug 2019

The rafters 29 & 31 Aug 2019

And the roof is up. 3 September 2019

Recent work crews included a day of work from Corning Inc. employees who finished the roof

and an apprentice class and their trainers from IBEW LU 139 who wired the house.

The interior walls are wired.

Watkins Glen Presbyterian Church volunteers came as a group to help with the siding.

12 October

And the Interior Walls/rooms begin to appear


L-R Top: Bathroom, Bedrooms 1 & 2

L-R Middle: Bedroom 3, Kitchen, Living Room

Botton: Master Bedroom

January 2020

House Dedication: January 26, 2020

[L-R: Father Michael Hartney, Legislator James Howell, Vice President Marion Nicastro,

resident Bob Groll, Partner Family Kayle Verderwreff, Mayor John King]

House Dedication: January 26, 2020

Quite a crowd gathered!

The Kitchen and the Bathroom take shape. February 2020

June 2020: Finally the house is done.