If you have traveled through Clifton Park you know that there is a ton of growth. There are new apartment complexes popping up. A few years ago there was a proposal to build new apartments at the old Kmart in the Shoppers World Plaza. That plan was shot down. The developers have a new proposal at the same site.
There is new life scheduled for an old building in Troy. The massive block-long old factory that was built in the 1880s will become a state-of-the-art apartment complex to the tune of sixty million dollars.
A $22 million project being built in downtown Albany is being done in a very environmentally conscious way. It includes everything from the heat pumps to the solar panels on the roof. It will be a "zero-emission" building they are calling "Industrie".
There are big plans for Huck Finn's Warehouse in Albany. The enormous furniture and more store on Erie Boulevard will become much more than a place to buy furniture. The $65 million plan was announced and when the project is complete, it will be a multi-use facility.
There is a plan in front of the city to build a twenty-five million dollar apartment complex. It would be built along the Hudson River in North Troy. This week, they are one step closer to building it but not without opposition.
It seems there is always some sort of construction as you drive through Clifton Park. Now you can add another one to the list. An upscale apartment complex will be built in Clifton Park. The plans were just approved.
There are a lot of vacant and old office buildings in Schenectady. Another developer wants to demolish one and build more housing for the city of Schenectady. This time near Schenectady police headquarters.