Featured speakers at the event include a graphic designer, two restaurateurs, an interior designer and an emerging-business consultant.
The company’s founder, Calandra C. Cruickshank, grew up in the Town of Shandaken, still lives deep in the Catskills, and runs her business out of Kingston.
Working in film and television since 1997, the couple has won several Emmy Awards. Their forte is documentary storytelling: “Real, but not reality.”
Rupco & Mary Stuart Masterson’s Stockade Works would like to transform the cavernous former MetLife building on Greenkill Avenue in Kingston into a TV/film production studio and training center.
The market boasts 38 food vendors and 27 handicraft and antique vendors, including both local businesses and visitors from New York City.
The latest court decision means more delays for the long-in-development project, which includes two hotels, an 18-hole golf course, a spa, a conference center, and multiple attached and unattached multi-unit lodges and duplex structures, to be marketed as time-sharing units.
“If there was one mistake we made this year it was taking our foot off the marketing gas after the overwhelming response on opening day.”
The project would transform the lot nestled between the Thruway and North Putt Corners Road, across the street from Freihofer’s Bakery Outlet. Preparing this long, narrow and sloped site for a 13,225 square-foot CVS and a 2,600-square-foot Five Guys restaurant is estimated to involve removing hundreds of trees and carting in 1,600 truckloads of fill to level off the property.
The increase at a time when alternate financial institutions are competing more aggressively with banks must be regarded as a good economic sign.
Plans for the use of that large yellow commercial building between Kings Highway and the New York State Thruway have undergone a number of changes: warehousing, sales, and – in the plan submitted to the Saugerties town planning board on September 20, a truck repair center.