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No apartment bubble, just high demand

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An old factory and a school in Schenectady are revamped for apartments. Same in Albany, in a former printing plant, a bank and an office building. In Troy, apartments are on the drawing board for the old City Hall site. In the suburbs, complexes sprout like wildflowers. The pace of development begs the question that Jesse Holland says he was asked a lot: Is there an apartment bubble in the Capital Region? So Holland, president ...


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