The long blood circulatory property of human serum albumin, due to engagement with the cellular recycling neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn), is an attractive drug half-life extension enabling technology. This work describes a novel site-specific albumin double-stranded (ds) DNA assembly approach, in which the 3' or 5' end maleimide-derivatized oligodeoxynucleotides are conjugated to albumin cysteine at position 34 (cys34) and annealed with complementary strands to allow single site-specific protein modification with functionalized ds oligodeoxynucleotides. Electrophoretic gel shift assays demonstrated successful annealing of complementary strands bearing Atto488, 6-carboxyfluorescein (6-FAM), or a factor IXa aptamer to the albumin-oligodeoxynucleotide conjugate. A fluorometric factor IXa activity assay showed retained aptamer inhibitory activity upon assembly with the albumin and completely blocked factor IXa at a concentration of 100 nM for 2 hr. The assembled construct exhibited stability in serum-containing buffer and FcRn engagement that could be increased using an albumin variant engineered for higher FcRn affinity. This work presents a novel albumin-oligodeoxynucleotide assembly technology platform that offers potential combinatorial drug delivery and half-life extension applications.