Albany Capital Center an ASM Managed Facility

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55 Eagle Street Albany, NY 12007



  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite security
  • Space (private)
  • Wheelchair accessible


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 14 mi. from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Albany Capital Center an ASM Managed Facility Meeting Space

Total meeting space70,350 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms15
Standing capacity3,100
Largest room22,500 sq. ft.
Second largest room16,500 sq. ft.
Seating capacity1,800
Space (Private)55,000 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space25,000 sq. ft.

Floor plans

Local Attractions

New York State Capital

Historical landmark
2 minutes away
Sitting majestically atop Albany's State Street hill, the New York State Capitol has served as the seat of government for New York since the 1880s. The building is a marvel of late 19th-century architectural grandeur, built by hand of solid masonry over a period of 25 years. Today the building is undergoing extensive restoration to maintain and protect it for future generations of New Yorkers. Visiting the Hall of Governors and Capitol exhibits: Governor Cuomo has reopened the Capitol's historic Hall of Governors to the public. Sweeping renovations have been made, including the addition of portraits, informational signs, and a timeline. Museum-quality exhibits on New York State's history have been installed throughout the building.
State St. and Washington Ave
Albany, NY, US 12224

Times Union Center Arena

3 minutes away
Albany's Times Union Center, formerly Pepsi Arena, continues to have great success. Renamed in January 2007, the The Times Union Center is "Upstate New York's Premier Sports and Entertainment Facility." Owned by Albany County and operated by SMG, the world's largest private management firm for public assembly facilities, the Times Union Center has an adaptable seating capacity between 6,000 and 17,500. Since Frank Sinatra christened the building on January 30, 1990, more than seven million patrons have walked through the turnstiles. In 2000, the Times Union Center Ranked 14th nationally in total concert attendance, higher than arenas in Philadelphia and other major markets.
51 South Pearl Street
Albany, NY, US 12207

Albany International Airport

14 minutes away
As the major air center for the Capital Region, Tech Valley, Northeastern New York and Western New England, the Albany International Airport offers a wide-range of facilities and services. The Airport, located seven miles north of downtown Albany, is accessible via several major interstate and state highways, including I-90 and the Northway (I-87). It is the fourth busiest commercial airport in New York State with an average of 180 daily commercial arrivals and departures. Commercial Airline Services: Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways. jetBlue (coming in December 2015)
Albany Shaker Rd
Colonie, NY, US 12110

Empire State Plaza & Convention Center

Historical landmark
3 minutes away
The Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza is a unique architectural masterpiece which houses 11,000 New York employees in a complex of ten buildings. The Plaza offers a world-class modern art collection, New York State's Museum, Library and Archives, a distinctive performing arts center, convention center and more. It serves as a monument to the diversity and significance of New York, and also as a testament to Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, whose determination and vision brought about its creation.
S Mall Arterial
Albany, NY, US 12242

Washington Park

7 minutes away
The 81-acre park was created during the 1870s-80s from a design by Calvert Vaux and Fredrick Olmsted, who is famous for New York City's Central Park. Washington Park is a haven for outdoor activity, including strolling, jogging, picnicking, fishing, site seeing, bird watching, you name it. The park is also a year round hotspot for many popular special events, displays and concerts. The annual Tulip Festival, one of Albany’s most celebrated and well-known events, finds its home each year in beautiful Washington Park.
Washington Ave (N) & Madison Ave (S)
Albany, NY, US 12203

The Egg

3 minutes away
The construction of The Egg began in 1966 and was completed twelve years later in 1978. The Egg was designed by Wallace Harrison for all the people of New York State and to accommodate many events and performances. The building’s curved exterior defines the interior statement as well. There are virtually no straight lines or harsh corners inside The Egg. Instead, walls along the edge curve upward to meet gently concave ceiling light for celestial effect. The backs of performing areas are fanned – inviting one inward – providing an intimacy impossible in a conventional theatre. And throughout, walls of Swiss pearwood veneer add warmth and enhance the acoustics in the theatres.
S Mall Arterial
Albany, NY, US 12242

New York State Museum

3 minutes away
The New York State Museum in Downtown Albany explores the cultural and natural history of New York State. The Museum features a variety of history, science and art exhibitions. Within the main exhibit halls are popular long-standing favorites, including Adirondack Wilderness, Birds of New York, Beneath the City: Albany Archeology, Black Capital: Harlem in the 20s, The Cohoes Mastodon, Fire Engine Hall, Minerals of New York, Native Peoples of New York, and The World Trade Center: Rescue, Recovery, Response. There’s also a working full-sized carousel on the 4th floor of the Museum. The Museum is FREE; donations are accepted. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 am - 5:00 pm.
S Mall Arterial
Albany, NY, US 12242

Albany Heritage Visitors Center and Discover Albany

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
Discover Albany! New York's Capital Region has enticed visitors for over 400 years with historic sites, fabulous attractions, family-friendly amenities, and entertaining events. Begin your journey to Albany at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center at historic Quackenbush Square.The Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center offers visitors access to information seven days a week. Thier knowledgeable staff can answer visitor inquiries and we are well stocked with travel brochures about the capital region of New York State. The Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. was incorporated in 1976 to promote the NYS Capital as a destination for visitors and convention delegates. ACCVB has been assisting meeting specialists for more than 30 years, acting as a community concierge to attract and assure successful meetings, conventions, and events held in Albany. ACCVB staff works with its board of directors, members, volunteers and other hospitality organizations to contribute to the ever-expanding hospitality industry in the Capital Region and beyond.
25 Quackenbush Square
Albany, NY, US 12207


Operated by ASM, the Albany Capital Center is a beautiful glass structure that offers space from 1,000 to 50,000 square feet, and that can accommodate anywhere from 10 to 5,000 people. Housing 22,500 square feet of ballroom/exhibit space, 6 meeting rooms with 9,200 square feet of space, and 13,500 square feet of pre-function space, the Albany Capital Center can provide all of the top notch amenities needed for your successful meeting or event. With easy access to the highway system, dedicated off-street car parking, space for tour buses & exhibitor trucks; the Albany Capital Center provides a highly accessible, centralized urban setting, and those necessary amenities for both visitors, exhibitors, and, more importantly, guests of Albany. The Albany Capital Center is connected via an enclosed walkway to a newly renovated hotel, the Renaissance Albany which make up 200 of the nearly 1,000 rooms in downtown Albany. This historic property sits across the street from the majestic New York State Capitol. The Albany Capital Center has direct connections to the Empire State Plaza Convention Center, The Egg Performing Arts Center, and the Times Union Center arena via an enclosed walkway. Together, these spaces will create the Capital Complex, the largest meeting space in Upstate New York, at more than 159,000 square feet. The Albany Capital Center provides the New York's capital city with a contemporary meeting, ballroom, and exhibit venue. Our team is eager to assist you with your bookings and answer any related questions. We are pleased to welcome you to Albany and motivated in helping you achieve success with your event. Do not hesitate to call Shannon Licygiewicz, Director of Sales for the Albany Capital Center, at 518-487-2009 or email BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW!

Cancellation Policy

In the event of cancellation of this Agreement by Licensee, Licensee shall pay Minimum Rent as set forth in signed contract and all costs incurred to the date of cancellation as liquidated damages.

Additional Information

Conveniently located at the Crossroads of the Northeast, Albany is accessible by major interstate highways, the Albany International Airport, and Amtrak rail station. The New York State Thruway (I-90), Adirondack Northway (I-87), Taconic Parkway, and Interstate 88 all converge in the region, making it easy for travelers from most major Northeast cities such as New York City, Boston, Montreal, and Buffalo. The Albany Capital Center is located in the heart of historic downtown Albany, offering visitors the ease of walkability to many downtown offerings such as world-class cuisine, entertainment, professional services, and historic attractions. Albany was named an “All-American City” in 2009 and is home to many significant landmarks and attractions. The Empire State Plaza, not only a beautiful and scenic city-center, boasts the largest outdoor collection of contemporary art in the nation. The 400 year old city, the oldest continually chartered city in the United States, and is also home to the Albany Institute of History & Art. Founded when George Washington was President in 1791, the Institute is the second oldest museum in the country. Outside of downtown, Albany County is home to the Albany Pine Bush Preserve, one of only 20 inland pine barren ecosystems in the world, as well as the Helderberg Escarpment in John Boyd Thacher State Park, one of the richest fossil-bearing formations in the world.


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