Kenwood Convent AlbanyAugust 9, 2017
Chazen conducted a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of an approximately 76-acre property that had been utilized as a novitiate, church, school, and religious retirement facility from 1859 through circa 2006. At least 18 buildings were located on the site including the main building/school (built in the mid-1860s), three residences (two of which were built in 1841), multiple maintenance buildings, and sheds. Additionally there were numerous underground storage tanks. Coal was formerly used and stored on the site and a cemetery neighbors the property.