Central Lansingburgh Historic District

Residential homes along Second Avenue in Lansingburgh


Listing in the National Register provides property owners with important economic incentives for restoration through Historic Tax Credits. National Register Listing places no burden on property owners unless they wish to access tax credits of up to 50% of restoration costs.

The Central Lansingburgh Historic District includes properties from 110th Street to 120th Street. (see map)

The nomination, prepared by Neil Larson & Associates, a historic preservation consultant based in Kingston, NY, was funded by the City of Troy and the Troy Redevelopment Foundation, with oversight and assistance from the New York State Office of Historic Preservation.

The City of Troy is nominating the Lansingburgh Historic District for State and National Register Listings. The designation is an effort to continue and accelerate revitalization around the area envisioned in 1770 by Abraham J. Lansing as a thriving riverport market center for raw products from the Mohawk Valley and upper Hudson River region.


What is the Lansingburgh Historic District?

Map of Proposed District

NYS Homeowner Tax Credit Handout and FAQ

NYS Commercial Tax Credit Handout and FAQ

Lansingburgh Historic District Nomination Study


Residents and property owners are encouraged to learn more by attending one or both of the upcoming info sessions being hosted by the City of Troy Planning Department:

September 22, 2022 – City Council Finance Meeting

October 11, 2022
– Lansingburgh Neighborhood Meeting #1
Lansingburgh Boys and Girls Club
401 Fourth Avenue
7:00 PM

November 15, 2022
– Lansingburgh Neighborhood Meeting #2
Lansingburgh Boys and Girls Club
401 Fourth Avenue
7:00 PM

Following these meetings, the State Review Board is scheduled to act on the district on December 8, at which time, State Credits become available. When the National District is voted on in 2023, the Federal Credits will be available as well.

Please note this project works in conjunction with Troy’s recently adopted 485-V Tax abatement, that phases in tax increases related to any improvements, over a 10 year period.