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Guilderland Center is a hamlet within the town of Guilderland along New York Route 146 from Van Buren Boulevard west to Hurst Road, in Albany County, New York, United States. Guilderland Center covers the factories established at French's Mills, the first of these was built in 1795 by Peter Broeck. The name French's Mills (also referred to as French's Hollow) comes from Abel French who established a mill of his own in the area in 1800 and were mostly destroyed when the Black Creek was dammed for the creation of the Watervliet Reservoir in 1916. Around 1803 when the Town of Guilderland was formed from Watervliet the name Guilderland Center began to come into place, the post office when built also took the name Guilderland Center.