Preserve at West Creek opens first of 11 apartment buildings

The Enterprise — Michael Koff

The first of 11 apartment buildings, at left, opened this month at the Preserve of West Creek in Guilderland. The next building is expected to be completed on Jan. 1. ​

GUILDERLAND — After several years in the planning stages, the Preserve at West Creek opened its first apartment building this month. 

In June 2017, the Guilderland Zoning Board of Appeals approved a change from general business to multiple residence for the 112-unit complex — one of several cropping up along the town’s busy Route 20 corridor.

This past February, 10 acres of woods at Vosburgh Road and Route 20 were cleared to make way for the development. Viscusi Builders is constructing the two-story buildings and is also putting in sidewalks along the length of the project on both Vosburgh Road and Western Avenue.

The latest hurdles were mandatory delays due to the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a release from Nicolette Viscusi of Lette Management Group.

But now the first tenants have moved into the first building, which features one-, two-, and three-bedroom units with private entrances.

Rents start at $1,350 a month, which includes some utilities. The property is owned and operated by Vosburgh Corner Associates and is managed by Lette Management Group.

The next building is expected to be completed on Jan. 1. Eventually there are to be 11 apartment buildings on the 10.5-acre site along with a clubhouse.

 Owner Zelindo Viscusi told The Enterprise earlier that he calls the luxury units “apartment homes” because each has its own private entrance.

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