The next installment in Historic Albany’s podcast series, Listen Albany, is a chat about the fragments of buildings that are ensconced within newer buildings throughout the city. Some are remnants of days long gone such as the “mouse tooth wall” embedded within a 1860s commercial building. Others are architectural elements purposefully removed to be reused in a new design, like a bank facade dismantled and reinstalled on a new building on the same site. Explore the architectural secrets of Albany from your seat in the marvelous adaptively reused former St. Teresa’s Church, now Overit Media.
$24 HAF Member/ $48 General Public
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All proceeds support the stabilization of 48 Hudson Avenue, a Dutch house hidden within a 19th century commercial building. This program is made possible in part with support from the Albany County Convention and Visitors Bureau Foundation.