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Outlook 2013: New neighborhoods will favor sneakers over cars

Ellsworth Commons in Malta, a mixed commercial and residential development.
Ellsworth Commons in Malta, a mixed commercial and residential development.
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If you believe what regional planners are predicting, there will be an additional 60,000 people living in the Capital Region’s cities, towns and villages 30 years from now. The population of Saratoga, Schenectady, Albany and Rensselaer counties, which today is in the 840,000 range, could be pushing 900,000 — and two-thirds of that growth, predictably enough, will be occurring in Saratoga County. The county will hit the 250,000 population threshold by 2040, if not sooner. ...


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