501 Broadway was home to the Troy Record newspaper for over a century. The News Apartments weaves together the property’s unique historic fabric with all the conveniences of modern apartment living. Details of the historic structure have been carefully preserved in The News, and The Record’s operations over the decades are referenced throughout using upcycled newspaper production equipment, photos, custom finishes, and more. Browse below to see some of those unique details, as well as historic photos from the building’s newspaper days! To see the space in person, contact us.
Rendering of The News Apartments as seen from the corner of 5th Avenue and Broadway (historic building is in the foreground).
Rendering of The News Apartments as seen from the corner of 6th Street and Broadway (new addition is in the foreground).
Spacious dining and living areas with abundant natural light.
Original brick and steel beams pepper this historic two-bedroom unit.
Premium full-size stainless steel appliances and kitchen islands with quartz countertops are perfect for entertaining or the casual gourmet.
Go ahead – close the blinds and sleep in. The city will be there when you wake.
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Interior bedroom with exposed original concrete ceilings in historic building
Full-size in-unit washer/dryers
Defined Dining Space
The original Troy Record building developed between 1906 and 1908; subsequent additions were constructed in 1924, 1935, 1947, 1971 to create today’s building footprint.