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Schenectady plaza important to neighbors

Anchor store has been vacant since 2006

Louise Giuliano, a real estate agent fort Brokers Network in Niskayuna, stands in front of the former Price Chopper supermarket in Schenectady's Sheridan Plaza.
Louise Giuliano, a real estate agent fort Brokers Network in Niskayuna, stands in front of the former Price Chopper supermarket in Schenectady's Sheridan Plaza.
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Louise Giuliano hopes someone takes a chance on Sheridan Plaza. As a representative for Brokers Network, a Niskayuna real estate company, Giuliano has been trying to rent the former Price Chopper supermarket in the small Schenectady shopping area off Gerling Street, on Schenectady’s north side. Price Chopper left the 20,000-square-foot building, the plaza’s anchor store, in 2006. Neighborhood residents have missed the outlet for fresh fruits, vegetables and other foods and have periodically complained about ...


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JIMOCONNOR
July 20, 2014
10:20 a.m.

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Why is Gillan so indifferent? Couldn't he come up with a low key comment that at least recognizes the need of a neighborhood. I think his 'no comment' stance needs investigating.

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