Downtown Schenectady park work nearly done
Larger, more modern space will feature stage area, new bus stop
BY STEPHEN WILLIAMS, The Daily Gazette
SCHENECTADY — The transformation of Liberty Park is nearly done, as city officials envision a more attractive entrance to the city.
Renovations to the park, located at the corner of State Street and Washington Avenue, are aimed at making it larger and more modern. The new park, which will be renamed Gateway Plaza, is about 90 percent complete, Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority Chairman Ray Gillen said.
A joint effort between Metroplex and the city, the park will cost around $1.7 million once finished.
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