17 Chapel


The 17 Chapel Street building is a structure full of the history of Albany and of the greater Capital Region. Built circa 1928, the original four-story, cast-in-place concrete building was designed by architect Alexander Selkirk to to house the Livermore-Traendly auto dealership and repair shop. It remained a car dealership through 1965, falling under different operation, including Schuyler Hudson Auto Corp, Gateway Motors, and Hickey Ford.
The newly redeveloped building stands seven stories tall. The overall aesthetic is inspired by the original modernist structure and mixes in elements of contemporary style, while evoking the historic surroundings of downtown Albany. The first and second floors house the lobby, fitness center, 38 reserved parking spaces and storage units inside a heated garage. Twenty-four condos are located on floors 3 through 7, with a roof deck at the eighth floor level. Each of the 24 condominiums were custom designed and built to spec.


Features Include:

•         Unique, spacious open floor plan

•         Floor-to-ceiling windows and French balcony

•         Incredible views of the Palace Theatre marquee and downtown Albany skyline

•         Beautiful hardwood flooring

•         Exquisite tiling

•         Gourmet kitchen w/ high-end stainless steel appliances

•         Custom cabinetry

•         Luxurious, modern finishes and more!


Amazing Amenities and Conveniences

Condo living has never been more convenient with on-site and neighborhood amenities. Order room service from DPs or Yono's, or grill dinner on our rooftop sky deck. Work it off the next morning in our residents-only fitness center, then enjoy breakfast next door at the Hampton Inn. Grocery and dry cleaning delivery, concierge service and more are also available, making living at 17 Chapel feel like you're always on vacation!