BY JOHN CROPLEY, The Daily Gazette
Schenectady, N.Y. — The development team that has turned many non-residential properties into downtown rental apartments is wrapping up one of its more challenging projects.
Redburn Development Partners has converted an old carpet store and newspaper press building at 132 and 136 Broadway into 11 apartments and a ground-floor event space.
The property is dubbed 132 Broadway. It is neither the biggest nor hardest project Redburn has ever attempted — principal Jeff Buell said the landmark Foster Building on State Street was more complicated, expensive and time-consuming.
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