The Accord brewery’s new space is in the heart of the village.
Striking paintings depicting religious figures of assorted faiths adorn the walls of multimedia artist Kelli Bickman’s studio on Partition Street. Those images are reprinted onto cotton clothing smattered on racks throughout the space. After gaining notoriety in private art collections worldwide, Bickman hopes to take her clothing line, 11:11 Style, national.
Woodstock Brewing is the latest addition to the assortment of businesses at the Phoenicia Plaza. John Blydenburgh’s Resort Ridge Pizza was the only previous tenant to return after the fire. Grace Ann Louis moved her pre-school, Woodland Playhouse, to the plaza last year, enabling her to expand her play-based program to children formerly on a waiting list.
Market Market Café, the restaurant, bar and alt/rock “micro-venue” at the corner of Route 32 and Madeline Lane in Rosendale, has officially gone out of business after ten years of operation.
“Come as you are” is the governing spirit at Stone Wave Yoga, conceived of as a community space welcoming to all. The wellness, art and yoga center on Route 44/55 in Gardiner has been open since June under the auspices of artist and yoga instructor Liz Glover Wilson and landscape designer and topiary artist Keith Buesing.
Another bleak Hudson Valley January, another iconic brick & mortar store closing.
As the development freeze for projects in the vicinity of the Thruway interchange comes to an end, town planners once again take up the Wildberry Lodge, a 90-unit hotel and butterfly conservatory.
It’s Charles Blaichman’s ninth purchase in the Stockade neighborhood. He plans to use the property for parking for four planned boutique hotels.
The building is at the maximum allowable height, but planners didn’t factor in the air conditioning and other equipment that needs to be on the roof.
“In this day and age, foot traffic is down as more and more people take to banking online.”