The developer of Wildberry Lodge is seeking to pay no sales tax during construction (estimated at about $1,225,000), a waiver of the mortgage recording tax of $225,000 and a net reduction in property tax of nearly $10 billion over 15 years.
The $42m project, located on 57 acres along Rt. 299 and South Ohioville Rd., is expected to break ground in summer 2019 and include: a spa and wellness center, 90-room hotel, two conference facilities, restaurant, outdoor amphitheater, 15,000-sq-ft butterfly sanctuary and “treehouse and canopy adventure.”
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.
Four in every ten state dollars awarded to Ulster County entities in last week’s distribution of economic and community funding
A project scoping session on Wildberry Lodge — the proposed $75 million indoor water park and resort hotel — drew
New Paltz Town Board members liked what they heard during a presentation about the proposed $75 million Wildberry Lodge indoor