A Delaware company with an office in New Jersey purchased the properties, many of which figured in an atypical 2014 agreement with the Troy IDA.
Troy real-estate developer David Bryce has sued CDTA, seeking to block an eminent domain proceeding related to the planned Uncle Sam Transit Center.
Jinah Kim purchased two properties on Fourth St. last month for $200,000.
The Troy city council tabled a sale of a small parcel slated for parking as a KeyBank site acquisition looms.
The planned sale of 19 Third St. to developer David Bryce and the purchase of the Italian Community Center have been delayed by the county legislature
The real-estate developer disclosed plans for a potential project on Fourth St. in proposals for two city-owned parcels.
The city's fourth attempt to move forward on a proposal has failed. "It's a major L," one business owner says.
When Dominick Calsolaro looks at recent developments across the city, he sees progress.