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Construction set to begin on Schenectady retail/residential project

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The second phase of a residential-retail development in Schenectady will kick off this summer, despite ongoing concerns that the first phase caused drainage problems that forced a nearby business to shutter. The final approvals were secured Wednesday for a $1.3 million, four-story development featuring ground-floor retail and 10 loft apartments at the corner of Union and Barrett streets. The Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority approved a $90,000 grant for facade and construction costs at its monthly ...

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