Albany is the hub of New York’s Capital District on the upper Hudson River. The city maintains close ties with nearby communities of Troy, Saratoga Springs and Schenectady. The Capital District metro region has a population of about 870,000, the fourth largest in New York State. Albany has the distinction of having the longest continuing city charter in the U.S., first granted in 1686.
The capital of New York State, Albany has long been an important transportation and industrial hub, given its location on the Hudson River and proximity to the Erie Canal and railroads. The city continues to thrive as a government and educational center, and also boasts an emerging high technology industry, including the nanotechnology sector.
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