Formally known as ADS Warehouse, the Ann Street center houses artist studios, a gallery and event space, and — wait for it — a distillery.
After closing its doors in 2014, the Arthur S. May Elementary School will reopen as a hotel, commercial, and residential center on Raymond Avenue.
With roots in the 1800s, Glen Falls House hides incredible overnights, a farm-to-table restaurant, and a killer live music scene in Round Top.
Scattered across the 12601 and 12603 zip codes, the dream homes ooze history in Dutchess County.
Constructed in 1891, the one-time grammar school will house production studios, sound stages, and offices for movie and television crews in the region.
Hudson Valley recently had the opportunity to chat with Rosen for a first-hand account of the home’s illustrious past.
Led by Thornwillow Press, the creative community will include apartments and studios along with a bookstore, café, and event space in historic Orange County.
With affordable price points and panoramic vistas, these upstate abodes are the definition of #homegoals in the Hudson Valley.
Dating back to 1895, Wireworks will soon be a live-work-play destination for artists, locals, and Hudson Valley businesses.