Troy, New York is a little gem sitting on the east bank of the Hudson River in the
District of New York State. Troy was incorporated in 1802 and has a storied history.
Known as the Collar City due to its history in the shirt and collar business. Today
Troy has become a center of the growing tech rebirth of the region.
Troy provides a large number of recreational and entertainments options
such as the EMPAC Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The Troy City Music
Hall, Revolution Hall, Troy Bike Trail, Troy Night Out, and the areas largest Farmers
Market. In the greater region you're a short drive from the Adirondack Mountains,
numerous state and local parks, the state Capitol in Albany, easy access to the
Berkshire Mountains, and much more . Just north of Troy on the Northway (I-87) is
Saratoga Springs where you can find the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the harness
track, and the famous Saratoga Flat Track.