One year into the opening of the Rivers Casino, the impact on the average Schenectady resident is largely undetermined. Watch the finale of the three part series and click the link below: Wygel, Barry. “Looking at the Future of Rivers Casino, Schenectady.”Spectrumlocalnews.com, 7 Feb. 2018, spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/capital-region/all-in/2018/02/08/rivers-casino-schenectady-future-outlook.
A year after Rivers Casino opened its doors, Schenectady has seen a number of development projects, and there’s still more to come. Barry Wygel has an in-depth look at the impact on infrastructure. Watch the second part of Spectrum’s three part series by clicking the link below: Wygel, Barry. “Rivers Prompts New Construction, Development in […]
Nearly a year after its opening, the Rivers Casino and Resort has changed the Schenectady area. Spectrum News’ Barry Wygel takes a look at what has changed since the casino opened its doors. Watch the first part of the three part series by clicking the link below: Wygel, Barry. “Despite Slow Profits, Rivers Casino, Schenectady Looking […]
Office and Retail Space available for lease at Two Harbor Center in Schenectady’s new Mohawk Harbor development.
It’s #ThrowbackThursday and we are going back 2 years to watch the progression of our NEW harbor and community. Today you can Live, Work, Stay, and Play at Mohawk Harbor!
This summer Schenectady welcomed a variety of new transportation methods to Discover Schenectady! Thanks to Uber, Lyft, Capital District Transportation Authority Electric City Trolley, CDPHP Cycle Bike and SOON Mohawk River Cruise’s water taxi, we now have plenty of options to travel the City!
Live, Work, Stay, Play at Mohawk Harbor. Where Downtown meets the Riverfront.
From the River House Apartments to Rivers Casino – The Electric City Trolley will take you door to door for FREE!
SCHENECTADY — Labor Day, a holiday typically commemorated with a day off work for many and a little else, will be marked by fireworks at Rivers Casino & Resort this year. The casino announced on social media Wednesday its plans to launch fireworks over the Mohawk River on Sept. 3, as an end-of-summer celebration. The […]
SCHENECTADY — For its next trick, Rivers Casino & Resort will try to make the grand opening of its hotel a magical affair. Illusionist Steve Wyrick will attempt to make a full-size helicopter appear on stage inside the event center at Rivers Casino & Resort during a VIP event on July 25. The feat will mark the […]
Schenectady SummerNight 2017 drew more than 20,000 people to the city’s downtown district Friday night, flooding State Street with revelers from throughout the Capital District who came to watch Blues Traveler perform and a fireworks display at the annual summer block party. Schenectady County District 3 Legislator Cathy Gatta said the event, now in its 10th […]
As the old Schenectady Amtrak station came crumbling down Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo stopped in the city to tout the $23 million structure that will replace it. Joined by state and local officials, Cuomo highlighted recent positive developments in Schenectady, saying a new train station is part of that. The station has been due for […]
A new dessert option will be available shortly in downtown Schenectady as the Cocobar opens its doors. As the name suggests, the emphasis is on chocolate, and a floor-to-ceiling glass wall will allow visitors to watch the treats being prepared. The little dessert shop is the latest venture of the Mallozzi family, next door to their […]
CBS 6 was invited to take a boat tour of the development going up right next to the Rivers Casino, until now, a view only seen by the builders themselves. David Buicko is a name-to-know in Schenectady. Buicko is the President and CEO of Galesi Group, which developed the Rivers Casino, and these days he’s […]
The Galesi Group of Schenectady, New York, has closed on the purchase of a former schoolhouse at 487 Nott St. in Schenectady. The developer paid $200,000 to buy the historic former Nott Street School from the Schenectady County Industrial Development Agency. It plans to spend upward of $2 million to convert the building into apartments. […]
Johnny Pogo had just flown in from Cincinnati on the redeye. Before he hit the high-roller tables at Rivers Casino & Resort, he wanted dinner. Where else to go than Duke’s Chophouse, billed as an “upscale steakhouse,” and located to the right of the casino’s high limit gaming area? I had wisely called for reservations […]
What was recently a barren plot of land between Erie Boulevard and the Mohawk River is now occupied by concrete, glass, pavement and workers in hard hats. As summer gets underway, much of the construction on the Mohawk Harbor site is nearing completion. The former industrial plot has transformed in the last few years from a contaminated […]
Yes, the ocean is only four hours away. But this summer, why not get your water therapy close to home, on a lake or a river? Mohawk River The Water’s Edge Lighthouse Restaurant 2 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Glenville 370-5300, thewatersedgelighthouse.com, Facebook Less than two miles from downtown Schenectady, Water’s Edge is a popular urban oasis overlooking the […]
Soon residents will be moving into the Riverhouse apartments, office tenants will be working in their new office space, Druthers Brewing Company fans will be drinking beers along the promenade, and boats will be docked in the Harbor!
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — In about three months, Schenectady’s newest waterfront property will likely be busy with moving vans. The Mohawk Harbor project is nearing completion on its aggressive timeline, meaning that its 209 high-end apartments will be available for rent by the end of summer. Along with the living quarters, around two dozen retail and […]
For decades, rusting industrial buildings hid the view. Now, that view of the Mohawk River and the mountains beyond is a major selling point for the apartments at Mohawk Harbor. As the first apartment building nears completion, 30 percent of the apartments are already spoken for, Galesi Group CEO David Buicko said during a tour […]
There are big cities all across America from coast to coast—even a few gigantic ones—but sprinkled in between those sprawling metropolises are cities that feel more like playgrounds than concrete jungles. They’re the ones that bring you the best of both worlds, with big city attractions and small town values. We at CarRentals.com have looked […]