March 02, 2020

Taylor Apartments Redevelopment Meeting

On Thursday, February 27, there was a public meeting about the Taylor Apartments redevelopment project. At the meeting, Troy Housing Authority, in collaboration with the Troy Local Development Corporation and Pennrose, the development partner presented their plan to the public. As it stands now, buildings 1 and 2 were vacated in 2006 and sit empty. Both would be demolished as part of any redevelopment. building 3, was renovated in 2006 and is occupied. building 4, is also occupied and had a less extensive renovation in 1995. WOOC correspondents Elizabeth Press and David Publow were at the meeting and bring you this piece. It begins and ends with an interview with Dylan Salmons the Regional Vice President of Pennrose. He speaks more about the plan as it stand now. The piece also includes reactions from the community.

Out: That was a snapshot of what happened last week at the Taylor Apartments Redevelopment Meeting. The piece ended with Dylan Salmons of Pennrose developers and included voices from community members who attended the meeting. If you want to discuss next steps with the Taylor Apartment Tenants and Troy DSA Housing Committee, there is a meeting on March 14 at 1:30 at the Taylor Apartments.

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