Vacant office buildings find new life...

Vacant office buildings find new life as residences

There are 2 comments on the Albany Times Union story from Mar 9, 2014, titled Vacant office buildings find new life as residences. In it, Albany Times Union reports that:

"We're at a 97 percent occupancy rate with waiting lists" for some buildings, said Sarah Reginelli , director of economic development at Capitalize Albany Corp. The shift is in its early stages.

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#1 Mar 9, 2014
Let me guess... we're adding more section 8 housing in Albany.

Wonderful... we need more places for the lowlife to flop when they're not shooting each other.

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#3 Mar 10, 2014
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Hey, fake Zeldo! How are you?

Say... how's are you doing with your compulsive masturbation problem? Are the female hormone injections helping?

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