WATERTOWN — City and state officials have gotten their first look at two restored apartments in the Paddock Arcade that used Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding.
Michael A. Lumbis and Jennifer Voss, both from the city Planning Department, and state Empire State Development Regional Director Stephen M. Hunt took a tour on Monday of the apartments and other projects that received DRI funding.
Mr. Lumbis, the city’s planning and community renewal director, particularly liked the hardwood floors in a second-floor, 750-square-foot apartment that was completed in the historic Paddock Arcade about a month ago.
“They looked fantastic,” Mr. Lumbis said.
Located on the third and fourth floors, the other unit, a one-bedroom, 1,400-square-foot “townhouse” unit, is already occupied, while the second-floor apartment has not been rented yet.
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