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The Sheridan Hollow neighborhood is in the 12210 ZIP code in the city of Albany. The city began as a trading post founded by Henry Hudson in the 1600s. The land traded nations several times before being captured by the English and was permanently given the name of Albany in honor of the Duke of Albany.
The border of this New York neighborhood follows Clinton Avenue from the north to the east. It connects with North Pearl Street, which takes the boundary from the eastern corner to the southern corner. Elk Street picks up the line and carries it to the west. Lexington Avenue closes the western boundary as it runs back to the north.
To the north of the Sheridan Hollow are Tivoli Park and Lake, with four acres of water surface that averages four feet deep. To the east is the Albany Center Gallery, which opened its doors in 1977 and is dedicated to local artists.
To the south is the EGG performance center, which was completed as an architectural marvel in shape and function in 1978. The EGG houses two theaters. The small Swyer Theater seats about 400, while the larger Hart Theater accommodates closer to 1,000.
Outside the initial ring of government buildings downtown, the amount of apartments increases. The choices for apartments ranges from $500 studios $1,600 three-bedroom homes. Many brownstones are rental properties.
The Sheridan Hollow neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly, with wide walkways and many shops sprinkled along the edges of the residential areas. Access to the nearby freeways opens up travel throughout the region. For the eco-minded traveler, the city of Albany offers public transportation, with bus routes scheduled by the Capital District Transit Authority.