In listing how we preserve and protect buildings, we put advocacy first. It’s an important realization that we made internally; most of our time, as a staff and board, goes to advocacy efforts. It is the undercurrent of everything we do.Our day-to-day efforts have kept the Church of the Holy Innocents, Wellington Row, Hinckel Brewery, and 48 Hudson - among others - standing.

Historic Albany Foundation continues to be an unwavering champion of 'best practices' in preserving historical structures and of protecting endangered buildings within our community.

What is the Red X?

Examples of Reuse

Overit Media, Albany

Sanctuary for Independent Media, Troy

PostContemporary, Troy

Rye Meeting House, Rye NY

Map of Nearby Investments

Endangered Historic Resources

Begun in 2000 and issued every five years, Historic Albany Foundation designates a list of endangered historic resources. The goal of the Endangered Historic Resource list is to draw attention to well-known buildings, properties, and landmarks that are in need of stabilization, rehabilitation or restoration.

Click here to see the 2015 Endangered List.