No plans for trolley service in Troy this summer, though.
The Community Builders wants to build an 84-unit apartment building at 244-246 First St.
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.
The alleged incident occurred the night of March 3 on Congress Street.
One legislator wants to end the controversial practice
The Alt spoke with the man behind @troyparking, who asked to remain anonymous to discuss the Collar City's favorite topic.
Sick leave faces opposition from Chamber of Commerce
Local service workers speak out against the proposal to eliminate tip credit in NY and denounce its connection to #MeToo