Capital Region Regional Economic Development Council
The Capital Region Economic Development Council (CREDC) is the economic advisory board for the NY State Capital and eight adjacent counties.
CREDC 2019 Council Meeting
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Federal Opportunity Zones
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One of the many responsibilities of the CREDC is the creation of a regional strategic plan as well as an annual progress report. Click View More below to access the full archive of CREDC documents.
2018 Capital Region SIAT Presentation
Capital Region 2018 Progress Report
2017 Capital Region Progress Report
Learn more about the Capital Region’s 2017 strategies, priorities and progress.
2015 Capital Region URI Plan
Learn more about the Capital Region's Upstate Revitalization Initiative plan.
2016 CREDC Progress Report
2011 Capital Region Strategic Plan
Troy Innovation Garage
To accommodate the growing ranks of creative entrepreneurs in the Capital Region, in 2015 Gramercy Communications proposed a project to acquire and renovate a vacant 14,000 square-foot building in...
Downtown Revitalization Initiative
Governor Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is transforming downtown neighborhoods into vibrant communities where the next generation of New Yorkers will want to live work and raise families.
CR DRI Round 1 (2016): City of Glens Falls (Warren County)
CR DRI Round 2 (2017): City of Hudson (Columbia County)
CR DRI Round 3 (2018): City of Albany (Albany County)
South Street in the City of Glens Falls 2016 DRI Award Winner (Warren County) is a regional hot spot for business by day and entertainment at night.
The Capital Region Creates
2018 CREDC Video
Learn about the economic developments and events in the Capital Region.
CREDC Public Meetings
Read meeting notes and see meeting notices for the Capital Region REDC.
Past CFA Awards
View past CFA awards ceremonies for the Capital Region.
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