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Colleges lining up startup sites

Tax-free initiative looks to partner schools, businesses

The former YMCA building on State Street in Schenectady Friday, October 25, 2013.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
The former YMCA building on State Street in Schenectady Friday, October 25, 2013.
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The governor’s tax-free zone initiative known as Start-Up NY is still in its early stages, but SUNY institutions around the Capital Region and the Mohawk Valley have wasted no time in identifying sites they want to market to startups, expanding businesses and out-of-state companies. The eligible space so far is diverse. There’s an old grocery store turned college building in Saratoga Springs, a ski lodge in Cobleskill, a whopping 242 acres once home to juvenile ...


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