If she runs for president, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s unofficial campaign motto may be to Enjoy Troy.

Her campaign-in-waiting is reportedly considering placing its headquarters in Troy, a small upstate city just north of Albany on the Hudson River.

The city has blue-collar and working class roots, but in recent years it has sought to rebrand itself as an upstate hipster haven of sorts, with its interesting architecture and restaurants — a Williamsburg for Rensselaer County.

More broadly, the Capital Region is home to several colleges, including Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy.

And, perhaps most attractive to Gillibrand, Troy is near her home in Brunswick, giving her some proximity to her family during an otherwise grueling national campaign.

Gillibrand, of course, is a native of the Capital Region and early on was exposed to the rough-and-tumble of local Albany city politics. As dramatized in an off-Broadway play last year, Gillibrand’s grandmother, Polly Noonan, was a top aide to longtime Albany Mayor Erastus Corning.