BY JOHN CROPLEY, The Daily Gazette
Photo by MARK SCHULTZ, Gazette Photographer
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The waterfront condominiums at Mohawk Harbor are starting to move off the market, with two occupied as of Friday and four more spoken for.
The 15 upscale townhouse-style units at the northernmost end of the property are among the most expensive addresses in the city, with base prices ranging from $525,000 to $750,000, plus the costs of any customization.
David Buicko, CEO of the Galesi Group, which converted the old Alco locomotive complex into the new live-work-play community, said each of the six has gone for its asking price.
Two units are occupied, the buyer of a third will be moving in shortly, a fourth was going under contract Friday, and two others went under contract previously.
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