The village of Clyde has received $200,000 through the Restore NY grant program, which means crucial downtown redevelopment will be possible.
While it won’t be a major, downtown-wide overhaul- a building at 17 Columbia Street will see major changes.
It’s owned by Shaun Kelsey and significant renovations are planned there.
The planned transformation includes an office space on the first floor and an owner-occupied apartment on the second floor, contributing to the vitality of Clyde’s downtown area.
The Clyde grant is part of nearly $113 million assigned to 70 projects via the Restore New York Communities Initiative, managed by Empire State Development.
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