Malls across the U.S. and New York State are changing. Some have become entertainment hubs while others have been completely torn down. There is a plan for Wilton Mall to become a desirable place to live.
The old Huck Finn's Warehouse on Erie Boulevard in Albany is changing into a multi-use building. It has brand-new apartments, a fitness studio, a brewery, and soon-to-be a coffee shop known as Slip 12.
Everyone who has been in Schenectady recently knows the amount of new construction that is being built. There are also new apartment complexes, restaurants, and other venues that have been constructed in the past few years. Now another mixed-use building will be built on a busy corner downtown.
Alumni of the former Catholic Central High School are all involved with the plans for the school building and the athletic fields. They hope to convert it while keeping the integrity of the neighborhood.
If you travel in the Clifton Park area you already know how congested it is. Soon a Chick-fil-A will open and then a Bass Pro Shop in that same area. Now plans are moving forward with developing the old Kmart site in Shoppers World Plaza.
There has been a plan for Wilton Mall for quite some time. The first part of the plan is to level Bon Ton and start building luxury apartments. However, there has been some lasting resistance from a few.
In a recent vote, the Troy Planning Commission gave partial approval to redevelop part of the Troy Atrium into an apartment complex while still accommodating the Troy Farmers Market both inside and outside.
One-Four-Six Marketplace is a proposed mixed-use development to be built on 21 acres across from Lowe's at the intersection of Route 146 and Old Route 146 in Halfmoon. There would be 10 buildings total featuring 328 luxury apartments, retail stores, swimming pools, courtyards, restaurants, offices, underground parking, and more.