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.
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.
Led by Thornwillow Press, the creative community will include apartments and studios along with a bookstore, café, and event space in historic Orange County.
Dating back to 1895, Wireworks will soon be a live-work-play destination for artists, locals, and Hudson Valley businesses.