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.
Years ago, urban developers swarmed to Beacon, and a few years after that to Hudson. Now it may be Kingston’s turn. In places like Kingston’s Stockade district, the game appears to be on.
The Kingston City School District isn’t sure how much they’d be able to sell their Crown Street headquarters for if they officially put it back on the market. But they’re hoping district voters will approve a renovation plan for the former Frank L. Meagher Elementary School that would be partially funded by that sale.
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School officials last week discussed plans for moving the Kingston City School District’s administrative headquarters to the former Frank L.
As details about the pair of bids received by the Kingston City School District for its Crown Street headquarters come