Kingston’s Fuller Building prepares to welcome new tenants

This photo shows architect and building owner Scott Dutton, Exago co-founder Stew Meyers and Kingston mayor Steve Noble standing in front of a group of Exago employees at today’s press conference announcing that the the Fuller Building at 45 Pine Grove Avenue is fully committed and leased.

This beautiful photo is a fake, as you’ll notice if you look at it carefully. It shows the 8800 square feet of space on the third floor of the Fuller shirt factory as it might look when Exago occupies the space.

The portion of the 68,000 square foot building that is being renovated will be home to a dozen creative design and professional businesses. In addition to Exago, other organizations that will be occupying the Fuller building include:


  • Eleven Six, knitwear start-up
  • Kingston Writer’s Studio
  • Andrew Moore, photographer
  • Rebecca Miller Ffrench, cookbook author, recipe developer, writer, and events planner
  • Found My Animal, pet accessories designer
  • Lake and Skye, fragrance and beauty products designer
  • River Mint Finery, jewelry and product designer
  • William van Roden, graphic designer
  • The Rural Modernist, print and pattern designer and ceramicist
  • Pilates of Kingston
  • Francis P. Flynn, CPA

We’ll have more on the building’s rehabilitation and what it means for Kingston in our Economy column tomorrow (edit: here it is). In the meantime, check out our 2017 article discussing the planned renovations

The old shirt factory (not the one Cornell St.)