By Associated Press - Tuesday, April 26, 2016

TROY, N.Y. (AP) - An old factory in Troy is being renovated to provide 67 residential units for low-income and homeless people.

State officials say construction of the six-story Tapestry on the Hudson building will cost $22.3 million. Rents will range from $782 to $1,150 a month.

The building by the Hudson River used to house the Wilbur, Campbell & Stephens cuff and collar factory. It was built in 1899.

Tapestry on the Hudson is being developed by The Community Builders, Inc.

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