Union Station, also known as Albany Union Station, is a building in Albany, New York on the corner of Broadway and Steuben Street. Built during 1899–1900, it served originally as the city's railroad station but now houses credit union offices. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places during 1971.Its NRHP application asserted:
Perhaps no other building has been so important to the growth of Albany during the twentieth century as Union Station. It was designed in 1899 by Sheply, Rutan and Coolidge, the successors to the firm of H.H. Richardson and the designers of the newly completed South Station in Boston and Union Station in Springfield, Massachusetts. The construction was carried out by Norcross Brothers, who were considered to be one of the finest contractors of the period.
Address 575 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207, USA
Coordinates 42°39'5" N -73°45'0" E