Located in the historic maritime industrial district, the Cornell Steamboat Co. building was constructed around 1906 to accommodate maritime transportation on the Hudson River between the D&H Canal and New York City.
This unique building has a beautiful interior composition, featuring industrial fixtures, oversized windows, and exposed brick. The Cornell Building is situated directly on the waterfront with stunning views of the creek and Hudson River.
After decades of varied use, the Cornell Building is finally available to the public as an event space. The raw space can be adapted for many uses, and it offers direct access to the beautiful Rondout Creek waterfront.
Part of the former KOSCO site on the Rondout Creek in Kingston, this property is the future site of the mixed use Cornell Pavillion. It is situated on an extra large lot with high visibility along the East Strand.
The current design is as follows:
Parking was defined as 300 spaces which each space will require 350 sq. ft. (including ramps, structure, etc.) 105,000 sq. ft. including ramps/services.
Museum Area -- 18,000 sq. ft. (preliminary estimate).
Viewing area, boat pads, overhead walkway and concession area, support spaces offices, rest rooms and mechanical space.
Retail (multiple shops on the first floor - = 15,000 to 16,000 sq. ft. of retail areas including storage/service space.
Apartments: 60 units made up of 1 and 2 bedroom units. Apartment units will range from 900 sq. ft. up to 1,200 sq. ft. Apartments will have terraces and or decks, optional dedicated parking / storage space (premium costs).
Building will also have the following: Sales office, maintenance area, lobby with elevator, small health club, community meeting room, service spaces. Possible future elements: stage with seating area, rooftop restaurant, hotel, office space.
Building is planned for three phase construction.
Vacant lot with views of the Rondout Harbor.
This .287 Acre corner lot is ripe for development.
Land has water and electricity hook ups.
Possible location for an Eco Hotel, more than 3 acres located at the East end of the Kingston Waterfront with views of the Hudson River
This former KOSCO waterfront site contains three buildings. The largest building is a brick office building which contains 4 private offices, a conference room, kitchen area, plus loading dock and large storage area. The other buildings include a 4 car garage (1516 sq ft) and a small storage building (180 sq ft).
The site has 355' of water frontage with private dock and bulkhead, on site parking, and a secure fence around the entire 84,000 sq ft lot.
Part of the former KOSCO site on the Rondout Creek in Kingston, this commercial waterfront property contains two free standing corrugated metal buildings. There is a secure fence around the entire 90,000 sq foot lot. This property has on site parking and high visibility. It also has 555' of water frontage with private dock and bulkhead.
Located in the Rondout Area of Kingston, this 1100 sq ft single family home is a good candidate for a renovation, lot is .013 acres (extra wide).
Island Dock is a unique man made 17 acre peninsula in the Rondout Creek. It was built by the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company to store huge piles of coal before they were loaded on to larger boats for shipment on the Hudson River. Designed by James McEntee, the canal company's local engineer, it was the first pile dock ever built in America.
The landside section (apron) is 2 acres and connects to the 15 acre island via a causeway. There is excellent barge access between the site and the Hudson River.
The property has a remarkable 6500 ft of shoreline, 19ft water depth within 20ft of shoreline, level terrain and ample space for barge berths along the north side.
New Ulster Marina offers residential lodgings and commercial space on the Rondout Creek in Kingston, New York. Already established as a working marina, there are many commercial marine opportunities to be had on this excellent property.
Two (2) buildings on site:
- Main building is a three (3) story structure with residential 3 bedroom upper duplex and deck. Ground floor is a commerical space with potiential for additional residential space.
- Additional 1200 SF workshop approx. 200 ft from main building.
-Floating docks with steel reinforcements.
-Cast concrete sea wall.
-900 ft of creek water frontage.
-Approx. 1 acre land total.
-On site parking
This residence is a restored Rondout creek landmark. It was the former dispatch office for the Fitch Bluestone Company. It was constructed by the stone company in 1875 as visual evidence of the many uses of its products. It has been meticulously restored complete with a new bulkhead.
The Ulster Academy Lofts building has a long history in the city of Kingston, NY serving as one of two K-12 Academy's during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, an elementary school, temporary location of Ulster County Community College, a District warehouse and now a beautifully renovated building housing 18 condominiums, each privately owned. The building is over 150 years old.
This 1260 sqft 1 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Condo, has a private balcony and fireplace. And also offers a spacious bathroom, including bathtub with jets; high ceilings; a washer/dryer, and central A/C.