The highly visible business, located next to a gas station on North Chestnut St., will close its doors at the end of the year.
This year’s winners were Historic Huguenot Street for the Lifetime Achievement Award; the Accent Financial Group for Excellence in Community Service; Alfandre Architecture for Business of the Year; and Mark Masseo of Masseo Landscape, Inc. and Kalleco Nursery as Entrepreneur of the Year.
According to Kelly McGinnis, proprietor of the new Café Arts in Highland at 33 Main Street in the hamlet, people that walk into the business for the first time tend to ask, “What is this place?”
La Charla Mexican restaurant is located at the former site of Shea O’Brien’s.
Sean and Dennis Nutley create retail success at bluecashew and Green Cottage.
Walking into the recently opened Luna Dermatology at 216 Route 32 North in New Paltz, the impression is of a welcoming, wide-open space with lots of natural light.
What’s behind the plastic sheets at Sunflower, where various drug stores have held down the Bradley Meadows corner spot for years?
Carthaigh Coffee, the newest-kid-on-the-block café offering an excellent cup, is owned and operated by an idealistic young man who ultimately wants to contribute his energy to creating a tighter community in Marbletown.
“Jewelry is taking over my life,” said 23-year-old Brooke Michaels of Saugerties, who has been making jewelry and energetically merchandising it since middle school.
The new owners plan to rent the 5000-square-foot space to a combination of entrepreneurs but are starting out with an arts-and-crafts market, dubbed Phoenicia Pharmmarket, which opened Columbus Day weekend and is expected to continue on weekends through the holidays.