The Community Builders wants to build an 84-unit apartment building at 244-246 First St.
Author: Luke Stoddard Nathan
Following a still-confidential study by consulting firm Steer Davies Gleave, the project's scope has changed considerably.
The property, at 1 14th St., sold for $260,000 to Han One Dynasty, LLC.
“As with any transportation project, there will be a period of adjustment for motorists," a city spokesman told The Alt.
Two wooden boards block off a section where at least one step appears to have rusted through or somehow deteriorated.
The building is perhaps the most architecturally distinct in Troy's Monument Square.
The effort may need state and federal support.
The city sold a large, wooded parcel eyed by nature lovers for $1,000 to the owner of a masonry business.
The developer is also seeking tax breaks from the city's industrial development authority.
It's not immediately clear what the latest version of the project exactly is, though.
No plans for trolley service in Troy this summer, though.