In addition to the Cohoes Falls, the nice small-town feel of Cohoes and the modern amenities you’ll find when living in the Lofts at Harmony Mills, another perk you’re sure to enjoy is the fact that the Lofts/Cohoes are very close to all the year-round activities found in the Adirondacks. (more…)
As a resident of Harmony Mills you’ll be participating in a true historic preservation success story – all while living in apartments that have some of the most up-to-date amenities available today.
The Lofts at Harmony Mills are located in a former textile mill complex. Mill No. 3 is the property’s centerpiece, 1,100 feet of building that was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1999, as Mill No. 3 is considered to be a significant example of a large-scale, 19th-century textile factory complex. (more…)
Most people complain vigorously about winter: “It’s waaay too cold.” “Too much snow.” “Can’t sit out in the sun.” “Have to bundle up every time I go out, even if it’s just to the corner store.”
But a few people embrace winter. Some of these folks hardly consider it to be their favorite part of the year.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the things that are pretty nifty about living in Cohoes in winter. Read more. (more…)
What’s the greatest thing about winter in the Capital Region?
What’s the worst?
It’s true, beautiful, white snow, fluffy on trees and on fields, picturesque on rooftops and along riverbanks. Throw in kids bundled in snow suits rushing headlong down a gently sloping hill on sleds and you’ve got a picture-perfect Currier & Ives’ print (albeit with neon-colored puffy down coats instead of good, solid buffalo plaid woolens). (more…)