Staghorn Property Management, a real estate company with local roots, has purchased the Heritage Apartment complex at 425 Glen St. in Glens Falls for $6.3 million.
Developer Chris Patten cleared a major hurdle Tuesday in his quest to construct a new apartment complex in the city, gaining site plan approval for a three-story building along Union Street.
The Glens Falls Planning Board is expected to review plans for three apartment complexes next week that, if approved, would bring more than 20 apartment units to the city.
An event celebrating the opening of Broad Street Commons was disrupted Wednesday by a tenant complaining of frequent criminal activity at the workforce housing complex.
The owners of Montcalm Apartments are hoping to address longstanding issues with the complex’s wastewater treatment plant by hooking into the town sewer line on Weeks Road.
Following a contentious public hearing that ended with around two dozen residents walking out, the Planning Board, on Wednesday, approved plans for a 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road.
After four years of planning, the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health hosted a ribbon-cutting for its Cooper Street apartment complex in Glens Falls on Thursday.
A special Planning Board meeting to discuss a proposed 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road in Kingsbury was canceled just hours before its scheduled start time on Wednesday.
A tentative agreement between the city and developer Chris Patten was reached last week that will see a small piece of green space at the corner of Glen and Bay streets preserved and a new apartment building constructed along Union Street.
Plans to build a 21-unit apartment complex in the heart of downtown may have been dealt a blow on Tuesday, after it was pointed out the proposed project does not comply with local zoning laws.
Developer Chris Patten has rescinded an offer to donate 44% of the property to the city, in order to construct a parking lot at the site after he was informed his off-site parking plans were inadequate.
Developer Chris Patten, during a Planning Board meeting on Tuesday, offered to donate nearly half of an undeveloped piece of green space in the heart of downtown to the city so it can be preserved as a park.
Construction crews this week began demolishing the Glens Falls Housing Authority’s LaRose Gardens complex, officially kicking off a multi-year public-private partnership aimed at restoring the public housing authority’s various properties.
Paul Smith said he is running as an independent from the First Ward in the hopes of giving back to the community.
The Kingsbury Town Board on Monday passed a resolution suspending all public hearings until in-person meetings can resume, less than two weeks after a virtual public hearing to discuss a proposed 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road was disrupted by poor connectivity.
A proposed 64-unit apartment complex in the heart of downtown will either take its first step forward or be dealt another blow Wednesday when the city's Planning Board once discusses the subdivision of 333 Glen St.
Members of the public on Wednesday will have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposed 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road during the town's monthly Planning Board meeting.
Residents of Dean Road in Kingsbury have a right to express their concerns about an apartment complex project, but they don't have a right to block suitable development along the road.
Residents fighting a proposed 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road were granted a temporary reprieve Wednesday after the project was tabled to address stormwater-related concerns.
A proposed 252-unit apartment complex along Dean Road has some Kingsbury residents raising concerns.
The city's Planning Board on Tuesday again tabled a proposal to subdivide a small piece of green space in the heart of downtown, where a local developer hopes to build a 64-unit apartment complex.