Van Ostrande-Radliff House Rehabilitation
Historic Albany is rehabilitating the oldest building in Albany, a Dutch house built in 1728. This building is an extremely rare example of urban Colonial Dutch architecture and one of the most tangible links to our country's Dutch past. Currently vacant with no heat, water, and limited electricity, when complete, the building will be a code compliant and ADA accessible building. It will house the Architectural Parts Warehouse, the Capital Region's beloved architectural salvage shop, Historic Albany Foundation's office, and classroom/event space.