Clay, NY – A two-building apartment complex along with shopping, dining, and medical / office space is offered at the corner of Route 31 and Henry Clay Boulevard in Clay.
The developer, Lan Dev Associates, offers two three-story apartment buildings with a total of 96 complex units at the rear of the 15-acre property.
Retail, restaurant and office space would total approximately 30,000 square feet and would be built on the front portion of the vacant lot, said Mark Territo, planning and development commissioner for Clay. The current proposal foresees three separate commercial buildings.
Clay Marketplace, as the development is named, requires an area change from the regional shopping district to the planned development district to accommodate the apartments, Territo said.
The plot is in front of a Circle K.
While planners approved the concept in September, the site plan is to be reviewed and public hearings held, Territo said. Several neighboring residents have expressed concerns about increased traffic on Henry Clay Boulevard as a result of the project, according to council minutes.
Syracuse Realty Group officials, who represent the developer, declined to provide more details on the project, saying it was too early in the process.
The next meeting is October 20. We do not know when it will be discussed next.
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