Socha Plaza Mixed-Use Building

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Whether it’s a relaxing evening with friends or an opportunity to buy the latest in fashion, Socha Plaza’s mixed-use building provides all kinds of entertainment for those living in and around the Glenville/Schenectady area.

The first floor of Socha Plaza’s mixed-use building spans 13,460 square feet, and is divided into three spaces. The west side of the building currently houses two of the areas largest health care systems — St. Peter’s Health Partners and Albany Medical Center. St. Peter’s has brought its Sunnyview Rehabilitation center to the new building and Albany Medical Center has opened another EmUrgentCare center. We have just over 1,100 square feet left nestled next to the EmUrgentCare center.

The northeast corner of the building facing the increasingly busy Route 50 is an ideal location for a restaurant. The Socha Management team has also designated an area of the building for a full commercial kitchen to ensure it fits the needs of any restaurateur.

Finally, Brittany Jewelers will take up the remaining space on the east side of the building to serve the needs of consumers looking for brilliant jewelry.

So, why make the move to Socha Plaza?

Consider this: upstairs on the third floor, the building includes 16 apartments. The second floor isĀ filled with employees who are looking for a place to buy that last-minute gift or grab a bite to eat. And let’s not forget about Socha Management’s Shady Lane Apartments complex sitting behind Socha Plaza. There, you’ll find 444 apartment units filled with potential customers craving for an opportunity to patronize your establishment.

In addition to ideal placement along the busy Route 50 corridor, the first floor of the mixed-use building includes both outdoor and indoor access to your establishment. And although your sign outside will be big and bold and inviting customers, don’t forget that Socha Management has space available for signage inside the gorgeous main lobby.