TROY -- The old Troy City Hall is in the process of being torn down.
Just down the street, Mayor Harry Tutunjian unveiled the new vision for the waterfront property, a $31.5 million project with apartments, parking, retail and restaurants.
It opens up access to the waterfront as Broadway is extended through the site with a piazza to Riverfront Park.
"There's street level retail that provided continuation of all the activity on the street," said John Schuyler with FXFOWLE Architects as he pointed to the plans. "It comes and turns down through the piazza and continues around to the riverfront facing the building. Residences above, with a series of terraces, capped with green roofs that are both active and passive."
The winner developers were the Richman Group and Nigro Companies.