A Piece of Troy’s History Brought into the 21st Century
Once the Union National Bank built in 1936, this impressive 10,100 SF building is being transformed into a modern facility for what could be unique offices, retail, a restaurant or event space. The owner has painstakingly restored the building with new electrical, plumbing, sprinklers, HVAC and bathrooms to meet stringent codes. He will further complete finishes to meet tenant’s needs.
Sign now and finishes will be completed to meet tenant's needs.
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Nearly 3,500 SF with original Terrazzo flooring, towering 31-foot walls with lighted-arched accents & columns and three stories of vast wide-open space to a backlit glass ceiling. Restored elevator assesses the basement, 2nd and 3rd floors. More square-footage is available with the addition of a catwalk.
1,110 SF open, sun-filled room with balcony provides a birds-eye view of the main floor.
1,110 SF with abundant natural light and views of RPI University, complete with a cozy fireplace and executive bathroom.
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Take a step-by-step walk-though of the building when it was under demolition. It has come along way since.