100 acres, of which 33 acres are along almost two miles
of waterfront in the heart of the Hudson River Valley.

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About Us


Historic Kingston Waterfront Revival is a real estate redevelopment company. Dually based in the Historic Cornell Building along the Kingston, NY waterfront and the Clocktower Building in Downtown Brooklyn, we specialize in repositioning undervalued properties, land assemblage, waterfront development, and historic preservation. 

A well-established business, we have participated in the redevelopment and the rehabilitation of unique properties for more than 25 years.  

Located in a Federal Opportunity Zone, our Kingston portfolio includes:

Two (2) miles of prime developable waterfront property on the Kingston Harbor in Ulster County, New York including:

*The Historic 25,000 square foot Cornell Steamboat Building (108 E Strand)

*4-acre site located at 181-207 E Strand (future Cornell Pavillion multi-purpose development site, public-private project) 

*18-acre man made peninsula (Island Dock) 

*70 acres of natural (undeveloped) land, high up with views of the Rondout Creek and across the Hudson River 

We also own residential and commercial buildings in Downtown Brooklyn/Brooklyn Heights; Waterfront property in the Caribbean; and Land in the Western United States.

In addition to our real estate interests, we also have a significant collection of historic motorcycles, cars, and boats. 

Please visit the sites of our companies - Clocktower Properties, Team Obsolete, and Fleet Obsolete to see additional collections.