Plans for a proposed Starbucks restaurant in the Grand Union Plaza could be approved at the next Planning Board meeting.
Violet’s Bakery on Partition Street specializes in simple desserts, both sweet and savory, made by hand, not mass-produced.
And as of today, the cultural/business initiative known as BluePrint is, materially, just a series of Covid-safe summer events on a makeshift stage in the parking lot on the former IBM campus. But BluePrint is a vision of, and a proposal for, something much more: a kind of making good on the defaulted promise this building represents.
Like the Catskills themselves, the local real-estate market has its ups and downs. Right now, prices for single-family homes in Ulster County are on a strong upward slope.
Krishna Kitchen, located in a Church St. spot that has hosted many restaurants in recent years, offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free meals.
Ground was broken in Kingston last week on the Pine Street Family Health Center, a new facility being built by the Institute for Family Health which is expected to serve between 8,000-10,000 patients annually, regardless of their ability to pay.
If you’ve been shopping for a new or used car in the Hudson Valley recently, you may have noticed a diminished selection and higher prices. The reason is a global shortage of semiconductor chips that shows no sign of ending any time soon.
The Meltaway Bakery, a popular Saugerties sweet shop and bakery, recently moved to a new location after it outgrew its old space a few doors up the road.
There’s a high-end artisan chocolatier in town now, enviably perched right on the edge of the Village Green, in the space that used to be a Win Morrison real estate office at 2 Old Forge Road. And the chocolates are divine. It’s only a matter of time before visitors won’t dream of leaving Woodstock without a box of EJ Bonbons tucked in their totebag.
Barnes & Noble said it plans to relocate across the street to the former Olive Garden at the Kings Mall with a “new concept” store. A fall opening is planned.