The A.V. Zogg Building was Liverpool, NY's first stand-alone junior-senior high school. Built in 1928 it contains almost 100,000 square feet of classrooms, an auditorium and a gymnasium. It is located on almost 7 acres of land in the center of the village. In 1981 the district housed their administrative offices at Zogg.
In 2003 the district sold the building for $5,000 to the Liverpool Community Church which made upgrades to the building and worshipped there for the next 10 years. Citing the high cost of maintaining the building it was again put up for sale.
In 2014 the building was purchased by a man named Pramote Nakornthab of Ithaca for $1.1 million. Nakornthab sold the building to Kriangkai Suriyawanakul for $1 million in December 2014, according to Onondaga County Real Property Tax Services.
In March, 2017, Jeremy Garelick, a Hollywood writer and producer, made a presentation to to the public to turn the building into a film school, The Liverpool School of Cinema. (Source: Syracuse.com) Video: 4/17/2017.