Steps to Downtown, Russell Sage & RPI. Minutes to Albany. Day trips to NYC & Boston.
122 First Street
One block to Sage campus, this three story Italianate building has a large garden and bright sunny apartments. A carriage house nestled in the back garden has exposed brick and a patio. The main house has free heat, hardwood floors and high ceilings.
137 First Street
Across the street from St. John's church, each apartment spans the entire floor giving lots of sunny space. One and a half blocks to Sage and five minutes to the heart of downtown, it combines convenience and value. The second and third floors have an office. Large living rooms, working gas fireplaces, wood floors, 12' tin ceilings and exposed brick make each apartment completely unique.
161 Washington Street: The Convent
Served as the Convent for St. Mary's Church from the 1920s-70s. In the beginning of the 20th century it was the home of industrialist Jame Ide, a collar manufacturer whose business helped give Troy its nickname "The Collar City." It was remodeled by H.H. Richardson's former assistant, H. Langford Warren in the Richardson Romanesque style. The renovation from Italianate to the current style was a wedding gift for the bride of Mr. Patterson, a New York Legislator.
28-38 First Street
With a shared backyard for gardening and grilling, The 30 Block immediately connects you with neighbors. One block from Russell Sage College and one to Monument Square, its location is unbeatable. Five row houses (28, 32, 34, 36 & 38 First) offer a variety of apartments in different sizes and prices, but with equally outstanding historic detail. It also has on-site laundry and reserved parking.