Quality Inn Central
1632 Central Ave.
Albany, NY 12205
Phone: (518) 456-8811
Fax: (518) 456-0811
1632 Central Ave., Albany, NY, US, 12205
- Phone: (518) 456-8811
- Fax: (518) 456-0811
This shopping center is full of specialty stores, boutiques, a food court, and fine dining restaurants.
The Colonie Center delivers a great shopping experience just northwest of downtown Albany. All of the big-box name-brand retailers are here, such as Bath & Body, Gap, Barnes and Noble, Sephora and Macy's. The big draw however is the L.L. Bean retail store (the only one in New York) which sells fly fishing supplies, clothes, outdoor gear and an innumerable amount of items for the home.
Crossgates Mall offers great shopping, dining, and entertainment in Albany. Shop at many well-known stores such as Banana Republic, Buckle, Delia's, and J.Crew among others. Dining options include Great Wraps, The Melting Pot, and Cajun Cafe. There's also a Dave & Buster's and IMAX theater inside.
Stuyvesant Plaza is a small outdoor shopping complex on Western Avenue. This shopping center is a great alternative to the bigger malls in the region with specialty retailers like Coldwater Creek, Crabtree & Evelyn, The Book House and Eastern Mountain Sports. There are more than 50 stores to enjoy in the great outdoors!
Target is your one-stop shopping destination for the entire family. Stylish clothing for women, men, and children is available at reasonable prices. Decorate your home with colorful furnishings and accessories, or enhance your active lifestyle by shopping in the sporting goods department. Whatever you need for yourself, your family, or your home, you're likely to find it at Target.
Latham Farms Shopping Center offers entertainment, shopping, and more for the entire family. Shop at Sally Beauty Supply, Walmart and other retail stores, or dine at Epicurean Cafe.
The New Loudon Center contains a variety of large stores. Shop at outlets like Hobby Lobby and Price Chopper at this local shopping center.
This shop offers bikes, skates, car racks, skis, snowshoes, snowboards, repair & service, bicycle fitting services, rides, and clinics.
This family-run business on Lark Street has been around since 1976, selling their freshly roasted coffees and promoting local musicians with Thursday-night live performances. Downstairs is the café where you can get Belgian waffles, pastries, Italian sodas, smoothies, over sized Ruebens and all sorts of coffee drinks that are all homemade. Upstairs is the retail store where you can find the Daily Grind blends as well as all the coffee accessories you might need to make the perfect brew at home. Bring your laptop and hop onto the free Wi-Fi while sipping your drink.
In arguably Albany's hippest residential and commercial neighborhood, Lark Street is home to most of the city's independent restaurants, bookstores, clubs, pubs and more. Many describe it as the city's "Greenwich Village" with the eclectic variety of businesses on the streets. Center Square and Hudson/Park, comprise the neighborhood and today it's the home of many festivals. Some include LarkFEST in Autumn, Champagne on the Park, Winter WonderLARK and Capital Pride, the city's annual gay pride festival and parade.
History in the Making is an upscale men's and women's clothing store that offers all the latest trends.
Shop Regalo's for a variety of crystal awards, corporate gifts and more.