Sheridan Hollow Opportunity Area
Members of the Community Development Alliance are working with the City of Albany on a three-phase planning project made possible by the NYS Department of State and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. This effort builds on recent planning for redevelopment in Albany's Sheridan Hollow neighborhood.
- Reference Documents
- Working Documents
- Step 2 Application
- Study Results
- Minding the Gap and Finding the Resources: Financing Housing and Redevelopment in Sheridan Hollow. Rachel G. Bratt and Laurie Gould, June 2016.
- Minding the Gap: Study Presentation June 16, 2016
- Phase IA Literature Review and Archeological Sensitivity Assessment, Sheridan Hollow Brownfields Assessment: Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc., February 2017
- UAlbany Report on Opportunities for Planning and Redevelopment in Sheridan Hollow: University at Albany Dept of Geography and Planning - Urban Community Development and Environmental Restoration and Brownfields Redevelopment classes, January 2017
- UAlbany Survey of Mixed Use Buildings in Sheridan Hollow: University at Albany Dept of Geography and Planning, May 2017
- Albany Barn report on Sheridan Hollow Creative Placemaking and Cottage Industry Opportunities, June 2017
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment: 268 Spruce Street, Albany by Ambient Environmental Inc., June 2017
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment: Elk and Sherman Street lots, Albany by Ambient Environmental, July 2017
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment: Orange and Clinton St. lots, Albany by Ambient Environmental, July 2017
- Related Planning Efforts
- SONYMA Spruce Up
- SONYMA sponsored the Spruce Up event in Sheridan Hollow in October 2016. Please visit the SONYMA Spruce Up page for more details about how this event benefitted the Sheridan Hollow community.
- The Sheridan Hollow Neighborhood Association meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 7 pm in the Emily Grisom Community Room upstairs at 255 Orange St., in Albany.