Revolving microloans will invest $2 million locally By Gwendolyn Craig A new public and private partnership announced on Monday will leverage $2 million in revolving small business loans for Adirondack Park entrepreneurs. Called the … [Read more...] about State and Adirondack partners establish fund for small businesses
As part of our series "Taking Stock of Housing," we took a spin through Adirondack homes for sale this past week to get a general sense of what's for sale and the wide range of house prices. The following is just a sampling of 16 listings from around … [Read more...] about What’s for sale in the Adirondacks?
Rising housing prices outpace incomes for average Adirondack households By Tim RowlandFive years ago, the average home price in a broad slice of the Adirondacks was $178,000, according to the New York Association of Realtors. By 2023, that average … [Read more...] about Taking Stock of Housing: The chasm between price, affordability
Adirondack communities take stock of housing inequalities By Tim Rowland The Covid-19 pandemic and short-term rentals are typically blamed for a critical shortage of housing in the Adirondack Park. But while they were certainly catalysts, the … [Read more...] about Adirondack housing at a crossroads
Project plans for bistro, wellness retreat are under Adirondack Park Agency review By Gwendolyn Craig A downstate couple, who purchased the former Paleface ski resort and Bassett Mountain estate in Jay, are hoping for Adirondack Park Agency and … [Read more...] about New owners of former Paleface ski area hope to open in June
By Tim Rowland The Empire State Development Board of Directors approved Essex County’s land-bank application Monday, saying the county has made a “strong case” for success. “I’m incredibly optimistic for the future,” said Town of Essex … [Read more...] about Addressing housing issues and community blight, Essex County land bank gets state approval