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The Hudson Valley communities have received millions of government grants.
Governor Andrew Kuomo said that six Hudson Valley communes have received more than $8 million as part of his Restore New York campaign. "People living in the city are essential for our economy to flourish and to attract companies and homes that have their origins in New York," said Chu.
"Restore New York Community Initiative identifies New York Community with great growth and investment in its transition and futures, making it a neighborhood proud to call home."
It will demolish and refurbish 16 empty and dilapidated structures and convert six of them into new mixed-use structures. New Rochelle Municipality -- $1 million to refurbish the New Rochelle Armory, complete refurbishment of the building as part of Echo Bay Waterfront Redevelopment, which will include removing the rooftop, removing asphalt and adding interiors.
This unoccupied, 10,000 m2 large edifice will be modernised with a baker's shop on the first level and the second level will be converted into eight office spaces.