First it was Malta.  Next came Washington Avenue near the campus.  And now, not to be outdone, the city itself will get a little piece of the nano action.

According to the TimesUnion.com ,

The city's landmark, century-old Union Station, vacant for two years since a bank pulled its operations, is getting new life as offices that may help create nanotechnology to make cities run better.

I'm sure you've all seen this building downtown.

This is pretty ironic when you think about it.  We're taking something very old on the outside  that will soon represent a totally 21st century industry.  Good move!  Now if we can only bring a convention center downtown, maybe we will REALLY revitalize downtown!