The plan to build a multi-story parking garage on High Rock Ave. in downtown Saratoga Springs has not been easy for the Saratoga Springs City Center Authority. Although the City Council recently approved of a 25-year land lease, the plan is now involved in a lawsuit over the validity of the council’s vote.
Photo: Saratoga City Center via Saratoga Business Journal
The Saratoga City Center’s long term plan for an existing parking lot on High Rock Ave. is to transform it into a five story, 484 space parking garage. The city-owned property is next to the City Center and is currently a free, 272 space parking lot. For $10.2 million, the City Center hopes to build this garage and provide additional parking for convention attendees and other downtown visitors.
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