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.
When asked why he was selling the Town Tinker after 38 years, Harry Jameson had a simple answer: “When I’m not running this business, I’ll have a lot more time to go tubing.”
The new venue will permit about 2,000 square feet of mat space, as opposed to only about 650 square feet in Cherry Hill, allowing for the expansion of programs and enrollment.
Along the south side of the Ashokan Reservoir, where commercial establishments are few but the rural community is tight-knit, the store will be a welcome gathering place.
Lucky Bug Clothing Company finds new home in old barracks at Stewart.
A designer of guitars for Hard Rock Cafés worldwide. An interior decorator partnered with a fashion designer. A woman who used to dress up as a Jewish grandma to deliver bagels for a living. These are just a few of the unusual people selling antiques and vintage clothing at the Blue Barn Marketplace.
After holding down a chair rental for the past four years at the former Clip Joint in New Paltz, Brigette Lewis has taken over the space from retired salon owner John Milici and renamed it “Suite 124 Salon.”
Some residents who live near the West Saugerties site say they’re concerned about a higher risk of cancer and other diseases.
Moxie Cup, midtown New Paltz’s popular cupcakes-and-java hangout, is no more — not by that name, anyway.
It has taken longer than expected to get there, but Kalleco Nursery in Tillson is finally getting ready to cut the ribbon on its permanent headquarters building.