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State holds first open house in hopes of selling Schenectady Armory

Chuck Sheifer, Office Of General Services Real Estate Officer was up early on Wednesday morning to set up signs for the open house.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Chuck Sheifer, Office Of General Services Real Estate Officer was up early on Wednesday morning to set up signs for the open house.
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Steve Keohan looked around the Schenectady Armory arena Wednesday and saw possibilities. What he saw in the former New York National Guard headquarters and basketball arena were softball infields. Keohan, of Keohan Management, toured the armory at an open house held by the state Office of General Services ahead of a scheduled July auction of the complex. “It comes down to renovation costs,” Keohan said, standing in the large armory arena Wednesday morning. “How much ...


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SchenectadyScott
June 14, 2012
8:54 a.m.

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"Francois cited parking as the biggest issue for the Hilton Center, with 75 spaces for a building that size not enough for the organization" They eliminated the parking when they built the housing units on the parking lot. They had to know this would cause this problem. Why even try?

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