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La Nueva Voz Newsletter – March 2018

The recent groundbreaking ceremony at the YMCA Pomona is profiled in this article from La Nueva Voz, a bilingual newsletter that covers the city of Pomona and surrounding communities… Read More

Connect Media – Redevelopment Launched at Pomona’s Historic YMCA Building

Spectra Company commenced redevelopment of Pomona, CA’s historic YMCA Building, an 80,000-square-foot property built in 1920 and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The Pomona-based developer gathered with city officials and community leaders to embark on a new vision for The Village Pomona… Read More

Daily Bulletin – Pomonans Celebrate Start of Restoration of Former Pomona Valley YMCA

Clouds pass over the old Pomona Valley YMCA building in Pomona, CA., Wednesday, February 21, 2018. Ray Adamyk, president of Spectra Co., a Pomona-based firm specializing in the restoration and preservation of historic buildings across the Western United States, is restoring and renovating the 1920 building into The Village Pomona.… Read More

Old Pomona YMCA – Groundbreaking Ceremony & Tour – February 21st, 2018 @ 11AM

City of Pomona Mayor Tim Sandoval and other community leaders will join Ray Adamyk, Founder and Executive Director of Homes of Promise, for a special groundbreaking ceremony and media event to announce plans and a new vision for the YMCA Building in Pomona. This landmark building, built in… Read More

Daily Bulletin – Historic YMCA Building Will Be On Pomona Heritage’s Homes Tour

Five homes located within the Lincoln Park Historic District and the historic Pomona Valley YMCA building will be part of the 2017 Pomona Heritage Fall Home Tour and Craft Fair on Sunday. Each year, a group of vintage houses and a historic commercial or public building, are part of the tour. The public buildings have included just about every type of structure in the city, Dan McIntire, president of Pomona Heritage, said on Tuesday… Read More

Urban L.A. – Spectra Company to Restore Pomona’s YMCA Building

  Sept. 13, 2017: A contractor best known for restoring many of Los Angeles’ historic buildings will now try its hand at development. Ray Adamyk, founder and chief executive officer of Spectra Company, has purchased the vintage YMCA Building in Pomona for $2.65 million, with the intention of restoring the 97-year-old structure… Read More

KNX 1070 – Ray Adamyk Interviews With Frank Mottek About the YMCA

  August 26, 2017: Ray Adamyk interviews with KNX 1070’s Frank Mottek about the future plans of the YMCA and how historic restoration has made a huge push in the Los Angeles market… Listen Here

Daily Bulletin – Former Pomona Valley YMCA Building’s New Owner Has Big Plans for Historic Structure

  POMONA, Calif. – During the last five years, the old Pomona Valley YMCA property has sat lifeless. Ray Adamyk, the new property owner, is about to change that. Workers have begun tasks around the large red brick YMCA building constructed in the early 1920s at 350 N. Garey Ave. The cleanup is leading to the restoration and renovation of the structure listed in the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places… Read More

The Blue Book – Restoring History. Restoring Lives.

Ray Adamyk began working in construction with his uncle when he was only 15 years old. Those early experiences helped fuel his passion to start his own company less than 10 years later. Business experience, a sense of greater purpose, and an inspirational trip to California to train for a triathlon led Adamyk to found Spectra Co. in 1985… Read More

LA Times – How I Made It

Ray Adamyk’s ‘artisan army’ restores historic buildings. The gig: Ray Adamyk, 52, is president of Spectra Co., a Pomona firm that has played a major role in restoring such prominent historic buildings as the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, the Catalina Casino in Avalon and the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles…. Read More

LA Business Journal- Surprise Proposal at Recovery Site

A few weeks ago, Ray Adamyk, 52, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for a historic home in La Verne that his Pomona company, Spectra Co., worked to renovate and restore. The house built in 1917, had been convereted into a recovery home called, Izzy’s Place… Read More

Daily Bulletin- La Verne Bungalow Reaches New High

After low point, La Verne Bungalow reaches new high. A showpiece home in La Verne that was later owned by a hoarder and fell into disrepair has come full circle: It’s a showpiece again. A 1911 Craftsman bungalow at 2449 Magnolia Ave. was bought last year and restored by Ray Adamyk… Read More

San Gabriel Valley Tribune- Passion for Saving Historic Buildings 

Restorer of Kuns House has a passion for saving historic buildings. Ray Adamyk of Claremont prefers restoration, preservation and conservation of historically and culturally significant residences and buildings rather than tearing them down for modern edifices or parking lots… Read More



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HOMES OF PROMISE believes in an individualized approach in helping plot our program attendees' road to recovery. Over a period of time, we help define the key interests, hobbies, and goals that our program attendees can develop and we work to create a schedule that adheres to these positive tasks while holding them accountable to their own growth. We also help to promote interest and acclimation to the abundant 12 Step meetings and community. We encourage our program attendees to see that sobriety can be fun by attending house and sober events. Homes Of Promise is a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation.