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Gucciardo Real Estate

GUILDERLAND — Anthony Gucciardo of Gucciardo Real Estate opened a satellite office in Guilderland on Nov. 1.

Located at 1809 Western Ave., the office will be run by Gucciardo, who is owner and broker, and Kellie Kieley, associate broker.

About 30 Guilderland residents turned out for an Albany Common Council hearing Monday night on Sandidge Way Apartments, a project that would tear down 11 homes at the town’s northeastern edge and put up 173 “workforce-oriented” rental units in their place.

As the town works to define “abandoned” in its law, three properties ravaged by fire remain vacant — a mansion reduced to rubble, a motel that still stands, and the shell of a home.

VOORHEESVILLE — The Albany County Rural Housing Alliance Inc. has been awarded $360,000 in grant funds to help first-time homebuyers with mortgage down payment and closing costs.

GUILDERLAND — As the Mill Hollow project languishes, the developer has asked the town board to lift restrictions that led to its approval in 2006.

GUILDERLAND — Kathy Burbank, formerly president of the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce and director of Community Caregivers, is joining CM Fox Real Estate.

The independent real estate company, owned by Troy Miller, who was raised in Guilderland, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

The houses at 1848 and 1846 Western Avenue, where a family was murdered inside one year ago, are up for sale after being bought and renovated by three investors, including Flerida Santana Johnas.

Glenn Schultz, Voorheesville

As many malls fade or close, Guilderland's plaza has changed with the times.

Stuyvesant Plaza on Route 20 appears to be bucking the trends of mall shopping. 


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