83 Water Street
County Waste is the largest privately owned solid waste management and recycling facility in the Capital Region. The Troy Plant is located on approximately 13.5 acres that is owned by the Troy Local Development Corporation. Since occupying the site in 2007, County Waste has invested nearly $2.5 million in infrastructure and facility improvements.
- Amended Lease Agreement (County Waste) [PDF]
The Franklin Plaza
4 Fourth Street
Troy’s premier banquet and catering facility has made significant upgrades that include energy efficient improvements and new awnings.
Old World Provisions, Inc.
12 Colleen Road
Old World Provisions have acquired the former Fritz Helmbold, Inc. The company is a manufacturer and processor of hot dogs and other meat products. In addition, Old World is undertaking an expansion at the facilities including the construction of a 10,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse, renovations to the existing facility and acquisition of new equipment.
Best Western Franklin Square Inn
1 Fourth Street
The owners of this facility have transformed the site and the building from a Super 8 Motel to one of the industry’s most recognized brands. The physical expansion to the exterior and the interior upgrades have aided in creating an attractive gateway into Downtown Troy.
377 River Street
Dinosaur Bar B Que opened in 2010 after a complete interior demolition and construction of the former Fresno’s Restaurant. The reconstruction included a redesign of the front and rear facades, and improvements to the docks and pedestrian access to the water. The investment of nearly $3 million has proven to be a vibrant waterfront attraction.
The Conservatory / Pfeil Hardware
63-67 Third Street
Extensive renovations have been made to the interior and exterior of the former Stanley’s Department Store. To accommodate it’s new use as a residential building with first floor commercial space, a new underground parking facility has been constructed and heated sidewalks have been installed
Brown’s Brewing Company
417 River Street
Brown’s has operated at its current location for 18 years and employs over 100 people. In addition to the restaurant, and its craft brews of over 22 different styles of ales and lagers on premise, Brown’s has resurrected its private booking operations. With the completion of facade renovations and an interior expansion of the banquet hall, Brown’s hopes to accommodate requests for a variety of special occasion dining needs.
Tech Valley Center of Gravity
35 4th Street
The Tech Valley Center of Gravity is the first makerspace of the area. It provides camaraderie, space and resources for makers, hackers, crafters, and artist. The Center of Gravity is based in downtown Troy, but has several satellite locations and sponsors events all over the Capital Region.