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Albany Washington Avenue Armory

Street address: 195 Washington Avenue
City: Albany
County: Albany
Year constructed: 1891
Architect: Issac G. Perry
Size : Regiment
Square footage: 109,798 NSF
Acreage: 1.5 Acres
Status: Closed in 1991 / Sold to New York State Department of Education / Bought by private developer / Currently The Armory Sports & Convention Arena

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
10th Battalion 1891 - 1920s
10th Regiment (renamed) 1920s - ????
26th Separate Company (formerly Co. A / Albany Zouave Cadets) ????
35th Separate Company (formerly Co. B / Washington Continentals) ????
38th Separate Company (formerly Co. C) ????
45th Separate Company (formerly Co. D) ????
HTC 1986 - ????
27th RAOC 1986 - ????
Co. D, 42nd Aviation 1986 - ????
138th PAD 1986 - ????
Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment State Area Command 1986 - ????
10th Transportation 1986 - ????

 

History

10th Battalion previously housed in Albany Arsenal on Hudson Street.

Other arsenals and armories in Albany:

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: August 23, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Washington Avenue Armory, Albany, Albany County.htm