Beefing Up and Building a ‘Walking Community’ in Halfmoon
Get ready for more apartments in the Town of Halfmoon. But that's not all that is beefing up in that area. Looks like there are big plans for that whole area and strip mall.
Fred the Butcher has been hoping to expand their Halfmoon location for quite some time. One of the projects would include beefing up Fred the Butcher by adjoining and expanding their building. It would add five thousand feet of retail space for production. This has now been approved.
According to the Albany Business Review, there are new apartments going into an existing strip mall off Route 9 in Halfmoon. The Town of Halfmoon Planning Board approved the first phase to convert Crescent Commons from offices to apartments and build a third floor.
What Apartments Are Being Planned in Crescent Commons?
MRK Real Property LLC representative, Michael Klimkewicz was the one with the vision to expand and make the Crescent Commons into a walking community. There will be twenty-eight luxury apartments built on the second and third floors. The rents for the new apartments will range from $1500 to $2500 with a square footage from 750 to 1400 square feet.
The project to build the new apartments will cost between four and five million dollars. Construction will start in September and the Crescent Commons Apartments are expected to be ready in September of 2024.
Michael Klimkewicz explained who the Crescent Commons will appeal to and what else will be offered.
They will be perfect for empty-nesters and young professionals. Other changes in the first phase include building a drive-thru ATM, an interior road connecting to Plank Road, sidewalks, landscaping, four buildings with 36 garage spaces, and an addition that will serve as a rental office.
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