New Music Venue Proposed for Downtown Schenectady

02/19/2022

New Music Venue Proposed for Downtown Schenectady

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We’ve been locked up for so long with COVID, can’t wait to have another venue to go to for live music!

Jay St Pub owner Mitchell Ramsey is looking to take over a vacant building next door to his bar to make it a live music venue.

According to The Daily Gazette, “Noah Smith, who bought and renovated the landmark Seneca Building at 118 Jay St. a half-decade ago, bought the much-smaller building at 116 Jay St. in 2018 and is putting plans in motion after COVID and other delays.”

Ideally, they hope to convert 116 Jay into a music venue with drink options, a light menu and a rooftop deck. The plan just went to the board on February 16.

“The idea is it’s going to be a small music hall a few nights a week — midlevel bands, some jazz,” he explained. The downstairs would be called The Station and the roof would be called The Platform.


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