Photos: Mill Hollow Apartments officially open

Last Saturday, Mill Hollow opened 44 of 84 units with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the grounds.

Corrected on Nov. 3, 2017: The original overview incorrectly referenced the Mill Hollow units as apartments for seniors. The town had lifted the age restriction in 2016.

The Enterprise — Michael Koff

Colorful fall leaves are reflected in the pond at Mill Hollow Apartments in Guilderland Saturday at Bavarian Way, off of Route 20. Forty-four two-bedroom apartments are now complete. So is a 7,200-square-foot clubhouse — once the Bavarian Chalet restaurant — which has a community room, fitness center, movie theater, kitchen, and heated outdoor pool. The Guilderland Chamber of Commerce held a Small Business Expo at the facility on Saturday.

The Enterprise — Michael Koff

Inside the new clubhouse for residents, developer James Verseput prepares to cut a ribbon on Saturday to mark the completion of the first phase apartments — 44 of 84 units — at Mill Hollow in Guilderland. Holding the ribbon are, from left: Guilderland Senior Services Coordinator Mary Anne Kelley; Carol VanValkenburgh from the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce; Chamber President Michelle Viola-Straight; Sunrise Management & Consulting Director of Marketing Heather Schechter; Verseput, a principal of Hyperion Advisors; Guilderland Supervisor Peter Barber, and Guilderland Industrial Development Agency Chief Executive Officer Donald Csaposs.