Empire State Plaza (Albany, NY)

In creating the Empire State Plaza in Albany, NY (1965-1976), an emboldened state used eminent domain to uproot 7,000 residents and create a large-scale campus featuring brutalist concrete towers that centralized the state’s bureaucracy. The campus represents the aggressive strong-handed attitudes of NYS politics at the time.

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