It seems there is always some sort of construction as you drive through Clifton Park. Now you can add another one to the list. An upscale apartment complex will be built in Clifton Park. The plans were just approved.

Who is Building the Upscale Apartment Complex?

Bob Marini Jr who is the CEO of The Marini Construction Company in Latham is building this upscale apartment complex. The company is no stranger to building apartment complexes across the Capital Region. He has recently built Rosegate which sits on Maxwell Drive in Clifton Park and also Liberty Pointe in Latham.

Liberty Pointe in Latham

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Where is the new Apartment Complex Being Built?

The Clifton Park Town Planning Board approved a total of twenty apartments to be built inside two two-story buildings on Moe Road according to The Albany Business Review. The address is 503 Moe Road. They will be called Longport Manor.

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The home at this address has since been demolished. It is directly across from the entrance to the Shenendehowa Central School District.

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Longport Manor will be built next to an office park and use their access road to enter the complex. There will also be a gravel walkway connecting the complex to the thirty-seven-acre town park that is being built. Construction is set to begin this fall.

How Much Will the Rent Be at These Upscale Apartments?

Marini said that Longport Manor will be modeled after Liberty Pointe which sits behind Burger 21 and Bellini's on Route 9 in Latham. He said the rent for this new complex will range from $1,250 to $2,100 for the studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.

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