The lakes and mountains of Warren and Washington counties have long attracted people to buy vacation homes or retire here.
Increasingly, however, the two counties are seeing an influx of residents from the Capital Region, real estate brokers say.
The arrival of the Adirondack Northway a half century ago and the more recent boom in technology companies have drawn engineers, researchers and managers.
“A lot of people are working down there and living up here,” observed Angela Cugini, a broker with Howard Hanna Real Estate in Queensbury. And to limit the days they commute, “a lot of people are putting in home offices.”
GlobalFoundries, which has grown to employ as many as 3,600 people, is a 25-minute drive from Queensbury.
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