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Historic Saratoga hotel to undergo major renovations

An artist's rendering of the Rip Van Dam project.
An artist's rendering of the Rip Van Dam project.
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Developer Bruce Levinsky expects to break ground this summer on a $45 million project that will transform the historic Rip Van Dam into a modern 176-room hotel and 200-seat banquet facility by 2016. The approval granted by members of the city Planning Board last month is one Levinsky has waited for since first proposing a massive overhaul of the 174-year-old structure nearly two decades ago. The new addition will rise six stories from the rear ...

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