Mohawk Harbor Schenectady: An Inside Look!

Schenectady’s Mohawk Harbor will soon be open! As a civil engineer, I know just how this project is transforming a brownfield site into a unique destination, opening up Schenectady’s waterfront to regional visitors. Here in Schenectady, we are already seeing a positive impact on the local economy and the tourism landscape. With the project nearly complete, it has already become a catalyst for new economic development projects in the surrounding areas, including new hotels, restaurants, supporting industries, all bringing good-paying local jobs. Once completed, this exciting new location is expected to attract thousands of new visitors to the Electric City and we got an inside look! It’s trul Mohawk Harbor!

Soon residents will be moving into the Riverhouse apartments, office tenants will be working in their new office space, Druthers Brewing Company fans will be drinking beers along the promenade, and boats will be docked in the Harbor!

Down by the water: Eat, drink, relax on lake or river

Yes, the ocean is only four hours away. But this summer, why not get your water therapy close to home, on a lake or a river? Mohawk River The Water’s Edge Lighthouse Restaurant 2 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Glenville 370-5300,, Facebook Less than two miles from downtown Schenectady, Water’s Edge is a popular urban oasis overlooking the Mohawk River. For the past 12 years, until Rivers Casino came to town, it was the area’s only place for waterfront fine-dining. From its spacious, two-level patio, diners can watch boats of all sizes travel the Mohawk. There’s also a courtesy dock for boaters who want to stop for dinner or cocktails. “People absolutely love our patio.

Sneak Peek of Schenectady's Mohawk Harbor Project

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — In about three months, Schenectady's newest waterfront property will likely be busy with moving vans. The Mohawk Harbor project is nearing completion on its aggressive timeline, meaning that its 209 high-end apartments will be available for rent by the end of summer. Along with the living quarters, around two dozen retail and restaurant spaces will be built out on the ground floor of the Riverhouse and HarborCenter buildings. Spectrum News was granted an all-access tour of the construction site on Thursday, led by Galesi Group development company and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara. "Having access to this waterfront really adds to the site," Santabarbara said, "and it's a

From demolition to construction...we've come a long way!

From the demolition of the former home to American Locomotive Co (ALCO), the creation of the manmade Mohawk Harbor, and now the new construction, we've come a long way! This summer you will be able to live, work, stay, and play here. We cannot wait for people to experience the new desirable lifestyle at Mohawk Harbor!