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1098 US Route 9, Schroon Lake
Inventory #CO0243 - RENTED
Old Stone Mill
"Get your Feet Wet!"
Literally. this property rest on the rushing waters of the Ausable River.
The Village of Keeseville is building on the past to ensure its future. The Old Stone Mill building, which lies adjacent to the rushing waters of the Ausable River, will be transformed into contemporary space suitable for a professional or commercial tenant. The project, which is spearheaded by the Adirondack Architectural Heritage group (AARCH) has been awarded a $630,000 grant which will be used to restore the historic structure.
According to Steven Engelhart, Executive Director of AARCH, the plans include 15000 square feet of space with incredible vistas up and down the river. “We think our location, in the heart of the Adirondacks and with easy access to Plattsburgh, Burlington, and downstate, could be an ideal work setting for the discriminating professional, corporate, or commercial entity.” said Engelhart.
And the non-profit executive has recruited a well-known commercial realty firm to help with the project; our colleague CDC Real Estate, Mark L Barie, founder and President of CDC states “The Old Stone Mill project has the potential to be the centerpiece of the community’s revival”.
Keeseville, originally named "Anderson Falls" was quite an industrial town devoted to lumber, iron processing and milling. The birthplace of Civil War photographer William Henry Jackson. Today, it enjoys a busy hive of local businesses. To learn more about this Adirondack Region, visit our concierge site(click here).
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Offeredfor Lease w/Option to Purchase
The Development Authority of the North Country has a new revolving fund loan program of 1% FIXED (up to $250,000). Learn more (click here). Eligible uses include: real estate, improvements, machinery & equipment, furniture and fixtures. Wonderful news for the entire North Country's 7 counties of Hamilton, Essex, Clinton, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Lewis and Jefferson! To learn more about our Development Authority of the North Country, click here.