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10 New Karner Road Subdivison

Developers are proposing to develop open space behind this plaza at 10 New Karner Road along with wooded area that borders lands that have been announced will be added to Albany Pine Bush Preserve (22 Karner Road).

Read Save the Pine Bush’s comments on the proposed subdivision and commercial development of the Pine Bush.

On 4/17, Save the Pine Bush tours property with developer and Guilderland Conservation Advisory Committee and witnesses illegal dumping in Kiakout Kill ravine.

Joe Sausto, NAI Platform – 2 Lot Minor Subdivision – 10 New Karner Road: The applicant is proposing a 2 lot minor subdivision of 4.5 acres +/- of land located in the Business Non-Retail Professional (BNRP) District. Lot 10A would consist of 1.45 acres +/- of land and is currently an undeveloped. Lot 10B would consist of 3.14 acres +/- of land and consists of an existing building with retail businesses.

You can browse the project site inactively here.

Site of the proposed subdivision at 10 Karner Road
Tax map with reference key to help you understand the proposal.
Overview of around around proposed subdivision. 22 New Karner Road is expected to be added to the preserve. The current preserve is shown in Green and is roughly 1,000 feet from the site.

More about 22 Karner Road can found in our newsletter.

“An example of this type of arrangement is the Pine Bush Senior Living project at 20 New Karner Road, near Route 20. It has been approved as a planned unit development, known as a PUD, that would rezone almost 40 acres of land as open space; that land would ultimately be managed by the Pine Bush. Developer Timothy Cassidy of Pine Bush Senior Living LLC said on June 28 that the project is on track to break ground by January 2019.” https://savethepinebush.org/news-2018_08-09-commission/

Proposed 10A New Karner is Colonie loamy fine sand, 3 to 15 percent slopes
Proposed 10B New Karner is undeveloped,  Hudson silt loam, 25 to 45 percent slopes