A source confirmed on Thursday morning Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s investigation into potential bid rigging for a dormitory project at SUNY Polytechnic’s Albany campus, part of a broader into inquiry into economic development efforts in upstate communities.

The news of the investigation was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

Schneiderman’s investigation stems in part from an anti-trust provision for a project that drew a sole bidder, Columbia Development.

Fuller Road Management, the non-profit entity that oversees SUNY Poly’s real-estate management, issued a statement through its attorney, Richard Strassberg.

“Fuller Road Management Corporation and its affiliates have cooperated fully with this investigation from its start in September 2015,” Strassberg said in a statement. “Based on our own investigation we have seen no evidence of impropriety by anyone at Fuller Road or SUNY Poly.”

Schneiderman’s investigation comes amid a series of investigations into SUNY Poly’s leader, Alain Kaloyeros, the Buffalo Billion economic development project in western New York, lobbyist Todd Howe and Joe Percoco, a former top aide and confidant to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Financial disclosure records show Percoco was paid as much as $125,000 in 2014 by COR Development and CHA Consulting, two firms that have state contracts. Percoco’s wife was also receiving payments from a limited liability company.

Last week, the Cuomo administration acknowledged an investigation by the U.S. attorney’s office revealed potential fraud in the economic development program. Cuomo has hired a former prosecutor, Bart Schwartz, to review contracts related to the Buffalo Billion.

Albany has been reeling from a series of corruption investigations and indictments. Last year, both the Assembly speaker and Senate majority leader were arrested in separate corruption cases only months apart from each other.

Former Speaker Sheldon Silver was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Tuesday, while ex-Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos will learn his fate later this month when he is scheduled to be sentenced.