The Rockefeller Institute of Government is housed in three buildings in Albany’s Washington Park Historic District: 411 State Street, 415 State Street, and the Carriage House at 13 Henry Johnson Boulevard. The buildings are appropriately situated between University at Albany’s Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy and the New York State Capitol.
Examples of the finest American residences of their period, the buildings at 411 and 415 State Street and the Carriage House at Henry Johnson Boulevard provide an excellent setting for the programs in public policy and administration of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.
Renovated with integrity, the three buildings together will endure as a part of the state’s historic heritage.
Hold your next event in one of the multiple meeting rooms in this five-story Dutch Renaissance Revival building.View Details
The Classic Revival building at 415 State Street is named for Governor Malcolm Wilson, who was a friend and close ally of Governor Rockefeller.View Details
The renovated historic Carriage House is home to the Institute’s Center for Law & Policy Solutions.View Details