A one-hundred-sixty million mixed-use development off Route 146 is one step closer to being built in Halfmoon. According to Albany Business Review, the Town of Halfmoon Planning Board has recommended changing the town zoning for the One-Four-Six Marketplace.

If the zoning designation is changed after a public hearing, the proposed project will go in front of the planning board again for a site plan review.

Check out the rendering for this massive complex.

Check Out the Renderings of the Proposed One-Four-Six Complex in Halfmoon

One-Four-Six Marketplace is a proposed mixed-use development to be built on 21 acres across from Lowe's at the intersection of Route 146 and Old Route 146 in Halfmoon. There would be 10 buildings total featuring 328 luxury apartments, retail stores, swimming pools, courtyards, restaurants, offices, underground parking, and more according to the Albany Business Review.