Monday, April 27, 2020

Of Interest

Gossips has done a couple of posts comparing the progress of the redeveloping One Monument Square in Troy with the attempts to redevelop the Kaz site here in Hudson. Hudson Development Corporation has so far made two attempts to redevelopment the Kaz site, both of which failed to get community support. Troy was on its fifth attempt, when consultants were hired to gather public input, and in June 2018 a three-day design charrette was held to hear ideas from the community.

Photo: Donna Abbott-Vlahos|Albany Business Review
In July 2019, the City of Troy selected Hoboken Brownstone Company as its development partner for the site. Today, the Albany Business Review reports that the Troy Local Development Corporation has settled on terms that will provide Hoboken Brownstone Company with "a two-year window for design, approvals, and applications for funding": "Troy reaches development agreement with One Monument Square developer."

The Hudson Development Corporation holds its regular monthly meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 28, at noon on Zoom. One wonders if that meeting will offer any updates on plans to redevelop the Kaz site.

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