Nearly $10 million in state funding to go towards revitalizing Albany’s Central Warehouse
New state funding will help with a massive eyesore in the middle of a never-ending legal battle.
Nearly $10 million from the Restore New York initiative is earmarked to revitalize the Central Warehouse in downtown Albany. The plan is to transform it into a mixed-use setting.
That is the building where debris fell onto train tracks below, causing Amtrak trains to shut down for a few days in late August.
Schenectady was also granted $2.3 million, and the city of Hudson was given $1.3 million to re-develop the Crescent Building.