River House complex awaiting final approval from state attorney general’s office
BY ANDREW BEAM, The Daily Gazette
SCHENECTADY – While the 15 townhouses on Mohawk Harbor are almost ready for sale, one last step remains before they can be put on the market.
Galesi Group CEO Dave Buicko said the exterior of the Waterfront Townhouses are complete and the insides are waiting to be customized by their owners. However, both the customization and purchase of the townhouses is on hold until the state Attorney Generals’ office approves the project, because it will belong to a homeowner’s association.
When asked if the approval was imminent, Buicko said it was a possibility.
“We hope so,” Buicko said. “The [state Attorney General] has been terrific in terms of processing things for the homeowners association.”
On Friday, Buicko took some members of the media through one of the almost-completed models. The model townhouse had four floors, and an outdoor balcony on three of them with a view that overlooks the Mohawk River. Each townhouse will come with a two-car garage, Buicko said.
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