Neighborhood & Directions

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    Around Town Hutton Street Apartments are centrally located in the City of Troy. The community offers close proximity to schools, local shopping, cultural attractions and retail amenities. Here is a sampling of what the City of Troy has to offer: Arts and Entertainment The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, a national historic landmark, is world-renowned for its acoustics. The Hall offers concerts in a variety of music styles from classical to Jazz as well as stand-up comedy performances. In recent years, Troy has become a hub for the Capital District arts scene. Troy is the home of The Arts Center of the Capital Region and a number of art galleries and performance spaces. Shopping Hutton Street Apartments are conveniently located one block from Hoosick Street: a commercial thoroughfare for the city. Save-a-Lot grocery store and Rite Aid pharmacy are located less than a half-mile from the community. Troy’s Farmers Market, rated the best in the Capital District by Metroland, attracts both visitors from the area and tourists with its wide array of local produce, gourmet treats, and artisan products. Latham Farms, a quick 10-minute drive from Hutton Street Apartments, provides access to a number of retail stores including Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Hannaford (grocery store) and Staples. Dining The City of Troy boasts a number of popular cafes, bars, and restaurants. Some of the more unique offerings include Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, a motorcycle-themed BBQ joint with craft beer on tap, and The Confectionary, a boho wine bar and coffee shop catering to Troy’s artistic community. Schools According to Sperling's Best Places, Troy public schools spend $18,495/student compared to the national average of $12,435/student. Hutton Street Apartments are less than a mile from Troy Middle School and High School. Troy also offers a number of private school options including the prestigious Emma Willard School and the La Salle Institute. Troy is home to three institutes of higher learning: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) and The Sage Colleges. RPI ranked #42 in US News & World Report's evaluation of national universities. HVCC and Sage have also been recognized for their commitment to excellence (by The Aspen Institute and New York College of Distinction respectively).