“Cookie cutter apartments don’t exist in Downtown,” according to Georgette Steffens, Executive Director, Downtown Albany BID. “Instead, expect reuse of materials, exposed brick, imported countertops and unique loft layouts – all housed in a piece of beautiful history and only available in the a true urban environment in the heart of our Capital City. The feedback we hear from our residents is that you will know your neighbors on the street, have a favorite local watering hole and be recognized by wagging tails.”
Janet Alazar, a Medical Technician for the Department of Defense added, “I’ve lived here (Downtown Albany) now for three years. Living Downtown is easy; I can walk to work and I am in close proximity to many transit options. I travel to New York City quite often so it is nice to live near both the Rensselaer Train Station and the Downtown bus station. I also enjoy the many amenities of my apartment.”
Rental prices for Downtown units range from $700 to $2,200 with the condos at 17 Chapel starting in the low $300,000’s. A complete listing of all Downtown units, including those currently available and their respective pricing, is available at downtownalbany.org.