Grand Union Plaza sold for $1 million

 

Deed on file, ‘no’ word from Schuyler

Washington County Clerk Dona Crandall confirmed the receipt of the Grand Union Plaza mortgage deed with her office.

She said the deed was transferred from Quaker Street LLC to 87 Quaker Street LP at a sale price of $1,050,000.

Crandall said the clerk’s office received the document on Oct. 22.

The address listed for the LP was the same as that of the Schuyler Companies’: 596 New Loudon Road, Latham.

“It’s ‘No comment,’” a company representative said when a reporter asked to speak to someone about the recent sale.

A company representative who confirmed the sale with village mayor Jay Niles has failed to return numerous calls by the Sentinel seeking comment about the sale before and after it closed and was filed with the county clerk’s office.

The company’s website lists the Grand Union plaza as the “Granville Plaza” a property with Dollar General, Yankee Dollar and a Laundromat with “many more coming soon.”

The site also listed “No” under a space marked ‘available space’. 

The plaza currently has three open store fronts including the site of the former Detour Clothing Company.

 

 

 

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