Grant goes to Hudson riverfront project
May 25, 2023 12:43 am
Jammel Cutler reports for Columbia-Greene Media that the Restore New York Communities Initiative is granting $1.5 million for the Kaz redevelopment project in Hudson. The project is attempting to build a year-round farmers market and public space for special events along the Hudson River waterfront. Hudson Common Council President Tom DePietro said, “Everything that goes in down the riverfront and the train station contributes to the overall development of that part of the city that has been dormant for way too long.” The project will cost $4.5 million total, and developer Ben Saine has declined to say how much more money will be needed to complete the project. Read more about this story at HudsonValley360.com.