Designed by architect Marcus Cummings, the building features include rusticated brick foundation; stone window lintels, sills and water table; some terra cotta elements; and a large modillioned sheet metal cornice.
After many years of use as a school--and some years vacant—School 10 started a new life in 1991.With funding from the Housing Trust Fund Turnkey program of DHCR, TAP, Inc. fully rehabilitated the building into affordable housing.
An award winning renovation, designed to maintain the integrity of the classrooms while creating functional, comfortable living spaces, the project received a New York State Preservation League Award (1993). School 10 is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
School 10 is an affordable housing apartment building on Adams and 3rd Street in Troy. In 1991 TAP renovated the vacant school into a multi-unit dwelling featuring 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments with high ceilings, wood floors, and architectural charm that remains preserved.
TAP, Inc. owns School 10 apartments. Rental management is performed by TRIP.
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Current tenants report a problem, CLICK HERE.
You may also call for more information at 518-274-3050 x12