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Facelift for Lower State a prelude to development

Lower State Street in Schenectady is getting a facelift, including fresh pavement and sidewalks, because of new projects that city officals will not yet disclose.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Lower State Street in Schenectady is getting a facelift, including fresh pavement and sidewalks, because of new projects that city officals will not yet disclose.
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Lower State Street is finally getting a facelift, thanks to new developers who want to build there. Metroplex and city officials declined to describe the new deal, but it has motivated them to fulfill a dream held for decades by Lower State Street business owners. They’re getting new utilities, new pavement, new sidewalk and lighting that matches the rest of downtown. Crews will close the westbound side of lower State Street — from Erie Boulevard ...

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