Saturday, October 20, 2018

'Tea brewery' in planning stages for Troy ex-warehouse

The 2nd Street building in Troy.
TROY -- A developer called the Collar City Collective is seeking permission to create a "tea brewery."

The location listed on a submission to the City Planning Commission for its Thursday, October 25 meeting, is first floor commercial space at 274 Second Street, a former warehouse the Collective has been redeveloping into mixed residential and commercial use.

The Collective, a development company, consists of Neil Pelone, founder and principal of the boutique design studio Neil Pelone Architecture; Idan Sasson, a construction specialist in Troy; Dylan Turek, described as a "trained urban planner"; Daniel Blumberg, a developer, and Kristin Jackson, a property services manager and operator of the Troy Flea Market.

2 comments:

  1. Dylan Turek is also the new Economic Development Coordinator for Troy. He recently interviewed with Albany Business Review.

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  2. Awesome. Hope it will have herbal tea.

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