Architecture of Troy NY

The City of Troy, NY dates back over two centuries to 1789. Due in part to its location near the confluence of the Hudson and Mohawk rivers and the easternmost end of the Erie Canal and through the efforts of many Industrial Revolution era visionaries, Troy prospered throughout the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. This prosperity brought with it, among other things, a significant inventory of beautiful and distinctive architectural landmarks. In recent years, and due to the efforts of many modern era visionaries, the City of Troy once again is emerging as a center of prosperity and innovation in New York State’s “Tech Valley.”

The images that follow represent a few examples of SCiraulo Photography’s ongoing effort to capture, document and preserve the rich architectural heritage that exists to this day in and around the City of Troy NY, the “Home of Uncle Sam.”


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