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Mexican Radio owners plan to invest $3 million

October 15, 2012, Schenectady, N.Y. -- Schenectady County’s economic development team today joined with Lori Selden and Mark Young, owners of Mexican Radio Restaurants in Hudson and New York City , to confirm plans for their third New York location.
 
The owners of Mexican Radio purchased 325 State Street last Friday. The building which dates back to 1910 once housed the Imperial, a downtown department store and later the Imperial Racing Center, owned and operated by Capital District OTB.
 
Planning a major renovation of the site, Selden and Young will be investing over $3 million into the building, located at the intersection of Broadway and State Street in the heart of downtown Schenectady’s arts, entertainment and technology district. The new Schenectady location is located on the same block as Proctors and the Bow Tie Cinema.
October 15, 2012, Schenectady, N.Y. -- Schenectady County’s economic development team today joined with Lori Selden and Mark Young, owners of Mexican Radio Restaurants in Hudson and New York City , to confirm plans for their third New York location. The owners of Mexican Radio purchased 325 State Street last Friday. The building which dates back to 1910 once housed the Imperial, a downtown department store and later the Imperial Racing Center, owned and operated by Capital District OTB. Planning a major renovation of the site, Selden and Young will be investing over $3 million into the building, located at the intersection of Broadway and State Street in the heart of downtown Schenectady’s arts, entertainment and technology district. The new Schenectady location is located on the same block as Proctors and the Bow Tie Cinema.
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During the three years owners Lori Selden and Mark Young spent looking for a place to open a new Mexican Radio location, one downtown building always seemed to be in the mix. The restaurateurs were close to leasing the former OTB Imperial Racing Center building on State Street in 2010, but a deal to renovate the building never came to fruition. They looked at countless other locations throughout the Capital Region as months turned into ...


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