Campus Heritage Preservation Plan
The Albany Campus Heritage Plan, completed in 2009, was prepared to assist the University at
Albany identify, survey, assess, analyze, and plan for the future for its historic resources.
Since its construction in the late 1960s, the buildings have aged and need attention to retain
their original identity and significance. The campus is recognized to be of great
architectural importance and therefore warrants preservation.
The Heritage Preservation Plan outlines the history and development of the campus, and along with analysis,
develops recommendations and guidelines for future planning. Over the years, some of Stone's
original plan has been compromised and many of the buildings have aged and require rehabilitation.
The same is true for much of the landscaping on the campus. By utilizing this plan, planners will ensure
that the campus retains its initial importance and retain its historical value.
-Link to PDF: Campus Heritage Preservation Plan
|Entrance walk as designed by Stone (aerial view circa 1990s from MSN Live Search)
||Entrance walkway renovation plan for work recently completed (From SUNY News Release "UAlbany Unveils Design for Grand Entry Plaza")
||Proposed walkway and main entry plaza renovation plan.