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Glens Falls: Northern Exposure

New Urbanist spirit, Saratoga’s priceyness open Glens Falls as attractive place to settle again

Peter and Suzanne Hoffman stand on the rooftop of one of their properties in downtown Glens Falls in view of the new traffic circle. Peter Hoffman says the rotary is one example of how Glens Falls is on the path to a bright future. "It's brought me and other developers to the table who are recognizing it's like an early Saratoga."
Peter and Suzanne Hoffman stand on the rooftop of one of their properties in downtown Glens Falls in view of the new traffic circle. Peter Hoffman says the rotary is one example of how Glens Falls is on the path to a bright future. "It's brought me and other developers to the table who are recognizing it's like an early Saratoga."
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Work. Live. Play. Eat. Four short words. One big movement: New Urbanism. The movement isn’t exactly new, having started in the 1980s, but it is new to this city of 13,000, where the real estate landscape, thanks to some New Urbanist mojo, is humming with investment. It may seem an unlikely time to be talking about a building boom, but that’s what’s happening, thanks in part to the New Urbanist credo of live where you ...


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