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2013 Stats (2014 in progress)

We completed 90 sites - 80 homes and 10 nonprofit facilities


We had a total of 1004 volunteers who worked a total of 5,592 hours


Number of disabled served - 94


Average annual income - $22,026


Since our inception in 2003 we have completed 559 projects and served 1026 people.

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Board Member, long time volunteer and sponsor,


Michael Tuck and his firm Balzer + Tuck Associates,


win prestigious award for architectural design.





July 9, 2014


Parade of Homes Event In Capital District


Results In Awards For Local Companies


Local construction companies were among the award winners in the annual Parade of Homes held recently, sponsored by the Capital Region Builders and Remodelers Association. The event featured 12 new homes around the capital region. The awards event was held at the Fasig Tipton building in Saratoga Springs on June. Annemarie Mitchell, CRBRA president, said 2014 "was an epic year for the Parade of Homes. The homes were all impressive."


In the Luxury Home category, Balzer + Tuck architecture in Saratoga Springs won the award for architectural design. Moreau Associates in Saratoga Springs won the craftsmanship award and BCI Construction won the award for curb appeal. Interior decorating saw a tie between Balzer + Tuck/ Moreau Associates and BCI Construction. The award for best kitchen went to Balzer + Tuck/Moreau Associates, as was the media technology award. The award for best master bedroom suite was a tie between Tuck/ Moreau Associates and BCI Construction.


In the Pinnacle Home category, Witt Construction of Saratoga Springs swept all the awards, winning for architectural design, craftsmanship, curb appeal, interior decorating, best kitchen, media technology and master bedroom suite. In the Townhome Collection category, Malone & Tate Builders of Schenectady won all the awards, but did tie with Carrow Real Estate of Albany for the curb appeal and media technology awards.


In the Executive Home category, Saratoga Builders of Saratoga Springs won the award in each sub-category, but share with Belmonte Builders of Saratoga Springs the awards for the curb appeal, media technology and interior decorating. In the Luxury Condominium category, BCI Construction won for its Loudon House. Pam Krison, executive Officer of CRBRA said, "it is fantastic to hear and see the reaction from the attendees as we continue CRBRA's mission to keep the public educated on the latest trends and technology in residential construction. The builders that participated in the Parade of Homes are leading edge."


CRBRA is the professional trade organization serving 300 business members in the residential construction industry for seven counties from Saratoga to Columbia County. It is affiliated with the National Association of Homes Builders and the New York State Builders Association. For more information visit, www.crbra.com.


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March 17, 2014; The 2014 Saratoga Showcase of Homes Committee is in full swing planning this year's exciting edition of the area's premiere new home tour. Now celebrating excellence in its 19th year, this annual community event has contributed over $825,000 to our local charities.


The 2014 Showcase of Homes will be over three spectacular weekends this fall on September 20-21, 27-28 & October 4-5 featuring the regions finest, award-winning builders with their new construction. Tickets will still be only $20. There will also be the popular and unique Showcase Chef's "Comforts of Home" event to kick off the showcase festivities on Friday, September 19. Last year, 14 magnificent homes from 11 award-winning builders were on display around Saratoga County visited by over 3500 people.


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Posted by: Dale Willman at 12:09pm


City Council Agrees on Affordable Housing for Two City Parcels


More than a year after Finance Commissioner Michele Madigan first championed the idea, the city is moving ahead on plans to give two parcels of city land to Habitat for Humanity so that the non-profit group can build affordable housing units in Saratoga.


The idea for the land swap actually came from the city's planning department in April of last year. At that time the city was in the process of auctioning off more than a dozen properties taken because of delinquent back taxes, and the planning department proposed that four of the parcels be used to create affordable housing stock in the city. By May that plan was reduced to two parcels, one at 26 Cherry Street and the other at 195 Division Street.




Rebuilding Together celebrates 10 years, makes presentation to Clifton Park town board


Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013

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CLIFTON PARK — A well-known, all-volunteer home repair organization in Saratoga County is celebrating its 10-year anniversary of helping county home owners with renovations. Director Michelle Larkin is proud of the accomplishments of her organization, Rebuilding Together Saratoga County. She wants more people to hear of the group's success and learn what it has to offer. Larkin's group of volunteers helps county residents who are elderly, disabled, veterans, or families in need, with home repairs at no cost. The labor is done by volunteers and the organization funds the materials. The only requirements are that the recipients be homeowners living in Saratoga County and fit within the group's financial need category.

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