Winn Companies Converts Building into Senior Apartments in $20.7M Adaptive Reuse Project


A seniors housing facility, Livingston School Apartments offers 12 studio units, 76 one-bedroom apartments and 15 two-bedroom apartments.

ALBANY, N.Y. — Winn Companies, in partnership with Albany Housing Authority, has opened Livingston School Apartments in Albany after a $20.7 million adaptive reuse project. The company converted the four-story, 230,000-square-foot historic building into 103 units of mixed-income housing for seniors. The new property features 12 studio apartments, 76 one-bedroom apartments and 15 two-bedroom apartments. Eleven units are handicapped accessible and five are equipped for hearing or visually impaired residents. The Architectural Team served as architect and Keith Construction served as general contractor on the project, which was funded by federal and state low-income housing tax credits, and federal and state historic tax credits. Winn Companies includes Winn Development and Winn Residential. With the addition of Livingston School, Winn Residential now manages 9,200 apartments at 58 residential properties in New York State, as well as more than 4,000 homes for members of the U.S. Army at Fort Dunn.

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