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Saratoga Springs to address affordable housing scarcity

25 Cherry Street in Saratoga Springs on Thursday, August 21, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
25 Cherry Street in Saratoga Springs on Thursday, August 21, 2014.
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With the city’s median sales price for residential property hovering around $355,000 — nearly twice as much as in the rest of the greater Capital Region — owning a place to live in downtown Saratoga Springs is a goal very few low-income families can hope to attain. Even finding affordable rental housing within the city is becoming increasingly difficult. That was made worse when the 45 units in the Algonquin building on Broadway were emptied ...


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