Clay Marketplace Breaks Ground Clay Marketplace Breaks Ground

CLAY, N.Y. (NCC News) — Clay Marketplace, a new multi-use development, broke ground in Clay, N.Y. on Oct. 30.

The development is located close to the new Micron plant at the intersection of Route 31 and Henry Clay Boulevard. Ryan McMahon, Onondaga county executive, spoke at the groundbreaking and said he is very excited about the development.

“96 new units coming right here to the town of Clay, right down the street from Micron, where the largest mega-site, fab-manufacturing campus is going to be built in the history of our country,” McMahon said. “We’re so excited to be here; I want to congratulate the team.”

The nearly 15-acre site will include housing, garages and 15-thousand square feet of commercial space. Syracuse Realty Group, the owner of the project, said it is working to acquire even more space.

Just over 60,000 people live within a 10-minute radius of the Clay Marketplace site. Officials said the project is expected to take between 8 to 9 months to build.

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