5. Victory Mills
Victory Mills is a former textile mill located just north of the previously mentioned Saratoga Springs Air Force Station, in the small town of Victory, New York. Sections of the mill were constructed in 1890, but a majority of it was built 28 years later in 1918 by American Manufacturing Company. The building is five stories tall, has floors nearly an acre in size, and was initially utilized as a cotton mill before it was purchased in 1937 as a folding carton manufacturer.
Although the building has remained vacant since 2000, the green light was recently given to convert the site into an apartment complex.
In 2009, Victory Mills was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.