Schenectady downtown residential tour and HOMES Fair

Schenectady HOMES fair 2016 posterThe city of Schenectady's annual H.O.M.E.S. Fair is this Sunday, June 26 in the Jay Street Marketplace downtown from 10 am to 2 pm. Poster blurbage:

Citywide Open House
Schenectady throws open the doors to a variety of neighborhood homes during the 2016 Citywide Open House. Visit attractive and affordable living options throughout Schenectady and picture yourself owning or renting a home in this rising Capital Region City.
New This Year! - Downtown Residential Tour
For the first time, several new residential developments in Downtown Schenectady will showcase their upscale apartments and amenities. Stroll around downtown from location to location, grab a bite to eat, do some shopping and visit the Schenectady Greenmarket to experience the quality and convenience of downtown living.

Here's a link with info about the downtown residential developments that will be open for touring -- there are seven spots listed.

H.O.M.E.S.? Home Ownership Made Easy in Schenectady.

By the way: It's a good time of year to stop by the rose garden in Schenectady's Central Park.

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