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The Albany Skyway could roll out the red carpet!

The Albany Sykway connection would enable access to the nationally significant Erie Canalway Trail, emerging residential and commercial development on the Rensselaer and Albany sides of the River at DeLaet’s Landing and the Warehouse District, and be a true majestic gateway to the Hudson. It would also connect the City of Albany to the proposed Rensselaer Waterfront Trail and the Empire…

Tonight: Skyway Feasibility Study Findings and Design Presentation At The Palace Theatre 

The Capitalize Albany Corporation is hosting its third and final event as part of a series that has engaged and informed the public regarding the Skyway’s design and engineering. Join the project team from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Palace Theatre this evening. The engineering, design and economic analyst team will discuss the findings of the Skyway feasibility study and present the final recommended concept based…

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The Albany Skyway: The Livingston Avenue Bridge’s “Front Door” to Downtown Albany

Many thanks to The Capitalize Albany Corporation for shepherding the Albany Skyway project along. For Albany, it’s a one of a kind waterfront access opportunity. For the region, it’s without question the simplest and most accessible way to access the future Livingston Ave. Bridge Walkway connecting Albany, and all points west, south and north, with points east and the emerging…

Tell the Albany Skyway promoters “The Skyway would be the perfect connection to the Livingston Avenue Bridge!”

On March 8, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.  The Capitalize Albany Corporation and their project team will be hosting a public community forum at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center (25 Quackenbush Square) to kick off the Albany Skyway project with a public engagement series in order to obtain feedback that will support the project’s initial design and engineering. This is an…

Beyond the Lines

Have you checked the Capital City’s  “Impact Downtown Albany” plan? The “Briefing Booklet,” a sort executive summary to a larger document we can only assume has yet to be released, made some waves yesterday and it is a bold, exciting vision for downtown. Great imagination at work here, and the design team earned their paycheck on the sparkling renderings of areas…