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Key to the city
Residents will get discounts to these fine places in Albany by showing their key fob.
dp/Yono's 20% off your purchase
Bull Moose Club 1 free day pass
The Fifth Tier Baking Studio 10% off a purchase of $10
Albany Distilling Company 10% off your purchase
blue 82 20% off your total bill
Albany Center Gallery 10% off your art purchase
The Yard Albany 10% off lawn games
Henry Loves Betty $18 for a 30 minute dog walk
Cafe Capriccio 10% off your purchase
Fort Orange General Store 10% off your purchase
ama cocina 10% off your total tab (on non show-nights)
The Bishop 15% off your total bill
Lark Street Yoga First class FREE, $25/WK, $69/MO rate
Taste of Albany Food Tours $5 off your tour with promo code
C-Suite Fitness 20% OFF ALL 1-Month Personal Training
25% OFF ALL 3-Month Personal Training
The Kenmore Hotel building, a majestic, sprawling Victorian building of decorative brick masonry, balconies and roof cresting, was constructed in 1878 by entrepreneur Adam Blake, the son of a slave, and expanded over time.
Flamboyant owner Bob Murphy in 1922 started the Rainbo Room, a lively nightclub that broadcast music through one of the nation’s first radio stations, WGY. Because of this wide exposure, entertainers clamored to perform there. Big names like Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington and Sophie Tucker appeared at the Rainbo Room, which closed in 1947 as the Big Band era waned.
Over time, additions, acquisitions and merging of space united the property into a massive complex occupying one city block. Among these buildings is the castle-like Steuben Club, established in 1888 as the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) and now more commonly called the Steuben Club, after the athletic club that once occupied the building.
The team at Redburn will be creating 126 apartments in the Kenmore, with elegant, classic finishes. Over 35,000 square feet of commercial space will also be available.