The bid on the Cioni Building, which is owned by the school district, comes as real estate prices in the city’s historic Stockade District have gone into an upward spiral.
A New York City based-LLC has sent Uptown Kingston’s real estate boom to new heights by placing a $4.2 million bid on a Crown Street building owned by the Kingston City School District.
The decision puts plans to convert the old Alms House into 66 units of senior housing on hold.
For upstate residents, Thursday, June 29 marked the first day of operations for popular ridesharing services Lyft and Uber. For this particular (transplanted) upstate resident, it also marked a birthday and an opportunity to test my theory that the ridesharing services might usher in a new era of car-optional country living. (Spoiler alert — it won’t, at least not yet).
Four pedestrians, were struck as they crossed a Broadway crosswalk by an eastbound vehicle.
While city officials and organizers dubbed the event a success, the concert’s promoter said that the riverfront venue would need major infrastructure improvements if big-ticket shows like Dylan’s were to become regular events.
Hudson Valley residents will have a new option for getting around over the long holiday weekend.
Democratic strivers are emerging from around New York’s 19th Congressional District, eager to ride a wave of grassroots activism to victory over an incumbent Republican under siege from a newly energized party base.
Kingston police are looking for a suspect or suspects in June 16 shooting on a Midtown street that left a man wounded.
A red-hot real estate market has brought in to Uptown a tsunami of downstate money from investors willing to pay cash for properties at prices that would have been considered a good joke just a few years ago.